Johnny’s Selected Seeds is a privately held, employee-owned seed producer and merchant headquartered in Winslow, Maine, USA. The company was established in 1973 by our Founder and Chairman Rob Johnston, Jr. Johnny’s mission is helping families, friends, and communities to feed one another by providing superior seeds, tools, information and service. Our products include vegetable seeds; medicinal and culinary herb seeds; flower seeds; cover crops, farm seed, and pasture mixes; fruit plants and seeds, and high quality, problem-solving tools and supplies. We ship throughout the United States as well as internationally. We carry sizes ranging from small to large to suit the needs of home gardeners and small growers as well as retailers and wholesalers.
The most useful tool you may ever buy!Ultra-flexible, lightweight food-grade polyethylene tubs. Besides serving as a great harvesting container for a multitude of crops, they can also be used for heavy duty jobs like carrying garden tools and supplies, mixing fertilizer, amending and pouring potting soil, storing small reusable items for next season, holding wash water, collecting compost - their uses are literally endless.
Perfect for creating stale planting beds and spot weed control without herbicides. Comes with everything you need for flame weeding except the propane. Includes a 400,000 BTU torch, lightweight aluminum backpack frame with padded shoulder straps, a padded back strap (to prevent the tank from resting directly on your back), a non-padded hip strap, and a 3-gallon fuel cylinder. We recommend the use of a Squeeze Valve #9076. Made in the USA. Certified by AGA and CGA. Weighs 22 lb. empty, 34 lb. w...
These film clips show the sluice used to process tomatoes for seed at Johnny's Research Farm in Albion, Maine. The fruits, in this case, Black Cherry tomatoes, are crushed into a slurry. The seed is separated from the pulp in the sluice. The heavier seeds fall to the bottom while the pulp floats to the top and is pumped out of the sluice.
In this week's crop walk, we take a look at our Portuguese Kale trial and tomato seed processing with a sluice.
In this version of the Johnny's crop walk video, we take a look at our Basil and Baby Leaf Greens trials. Also, a watermelon sound-test, tomatoes, pumpkins, sunflowers, and more...
In this week's episode, we take a look at our flower trials -- Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan), Amaranthus, and Sunflowers. Also on the walk, we look at a few vegetables and herbs -- Cauliflower, Kale, Cabbage, Corn, Peppers and Dill.