Hey all, I'm an avid Thai curry lover, (actually any curry) and am trying to grow most of my own curry paste ingredients...to date though, I've always bought seeds like coriander and cumin, because I've been re sowing the seeds from my plants into the garden. (If you cook with coriander, you'll know how many plants you need to keep to have it on hand all the time...damn stuff goes to seed so quickly) I've now got enough I think, that I'd like to start using my own seeds for curry paste. Can I just harvest the fully ripened seeds off the plants once they die back, or should I then dry them (I have an electronic dehydrator - it's too humid here to dry by leaving things out...tried it - everything went mouldy). I also haven't grown cumin before...is the climate ok for this in brisbane? I notice it's flower looks a lot like coriander/fennel/dill. (All of which I grow) can they all be grown together? I try to keep plants in this family somewhat separated as they can apparently crossbreed and you can lose their wonderful flavours from subsequent plants (or so I read) anyone growing cumin currently? Thanks for any advice.