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Some of my seeds never sprouted. Why?

Author: Nory Oakes Reference Number: AA-00281 Views: 6019 Created: 09/19/2011 13:04 Last Updated: 09/19/2011 13:04 0 Rating/ Voters

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Seeds should be tested for freshness. Seeds that are not fresh may start to decompose before or instead of sprouting. Decomposition bacteria will quickly spread across the tray. A good rate of germination is 99% or better. To test: spread 20 seeds in an EasyGreen™ cartridge, mist them with a hand mister, and insert in the EasyGreen™ growing compartment for 48 hours. If fresh, all seeds should sprout. If only one seed didn‟t sprout, the rate of germination is 95%.

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