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Germinate Seeds With a 3D Printed Container
Germinate Seeds With a 3D Printed Container: Hey, This is Ben and I Code Your Venture Free. Actually, I am kind of obsessed with tidying and minimalism. Therefore, when I grow my microgreens, I also want to keep them neat and tidy. As a hacker, here’s my solution to solve the “Growing Chaos”...
How to Germinate Peach Pits (and Why You Should) - The Grow Network
Save money by growing your own peach trees from seeds. It’s amazingly easy to germinate peach pits! | Gardening, Urban gardening, Sustainable living, Permaculture, Homesteading, Compost, Beekeeping, Natural health, Survival, Off-grid, Prepping #growyourowngroceries #homegrownfoodoneverytable
Testing Old Seeds
Testing old seeds. Seeds saved from past gardens may be worth sowing -- but only if they pass this test: Fold 10 seeds in moist paper towel, place in resealable bag, mark with date and type. Watch to see how many germinate. Multiply that number by 10 to calculate the percent of germinations. More than 70 percent is passing. If between 40 and 60 percent, sow thickly. Below 40 percent, it's best to buy fresh seed.