What are people's opinions about drying tomatoe seeds on paper towels? They can be taken out of tomatoes, rinsed off, and then spread on paper towels to dry. Just write the tomatoe variety on the paper towel. Once the seeds and towel dry, multiple types of seeds dried to the towels can be stacked on top of each other in a cool, dark part of the basement over the winter. When it's time to plant, flick off the seeds to plant. If they don't want to come off the towel, just pull off the paper around the seed and plant the paper with the seed stuck to it. The paper will just disintegrate anyway, right? Does anyone see a problem with doing this?