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will cracked seeds germinate

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If it’s your first time growing, you might just plant a seed in the ground and start watering it. While this can work, knowing how to germinate seeds can make a big difference.

Another option for germinating seeds is using rockwool. This is much more popular for large scale growing, as you can plant hundreds of seeds into small blocks of rockwool and treat it similarly to the paper towel method.

What is Germination?

The most popular and easiest technique of germination is the paper towel method. In case you didn’t guess, it involves nothing more than a paper towel and the optional holding container.

After you have the seeds wrapped up and in the container (or not), put them in a dark, warm place. A closet near a heating vent, under the bed, wherever there is little light while still staying warm, between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

Simply put, germination is when a seed is exposed to moisture enough that it will crack, exposing its root that is seeking that moisture. Opposed to planting seeds straight into soil before they are cracked, germinating your seeds can speed up the process in which your plants begin their initial stages of growth.

1st. if it takes more then 2 weeks you can almost Garentee that the seed will Not work, either you didn’t germenate then properly or the seeds are No good.

Hope that helps ya some.

jawbrodt

I really don’t know how much i would trust that Friends Knoledge.

You obviosly found this site in order to post this question, so Look around, all the answere’s are here!

2nd. Gently crack the seeds open? what the heck. the Older Skin being thicker.
The seeds do Not continue to grow once they are off the plant, how the hell does there shell get thicker?