Growing Beetroot, also Beets

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08 Mar 22 Kelly (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Is it important to store all my seeds in the refridgerator? Can I simply store it in a plastic box out of the sunlight?
11 Mar 22 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Seeds generally only last a few years so best kept in the fridge. If you are going to use soon - this autumn/winter then in a box out of the sunlight would be ok.
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