Seed companies destroy between 30 to 60% of their inventory, just because the seed is obsolete or more often, unsuitable for sales. Sometimes a fresh seed lots is not performing as expected, it could be because of low vigor, dormancy, diseases or other reasons. When stored dry, it does not breath actively, limits chances of disease attack. However, it ages and eventually dies. How can we keep it alive and vigorous as long as possible? How can we save the good seeds out of a bad lot? What can be the cause of poor quality and how to prevent it next time? This is what we will review and answer with you during our Seed Rescue course. This includes theoretical aspects of seed development, maturation, postharvest management, proper drying and storage and hand on training to give deep insight into all related tests and processes.