Forced germinating of seeds has the advantage of significantly reducing the time between sowing and plant sprouting.
Proceed as follows:
1. The seeds (vegetables or flowers) are first soaked then placed on a plate or tray – depending on quantity – in a 5-6 cm layer.
2. Cover them with a thicker cloth, also dampened.
3. As the humidity decreases, it will be restored by spraying the seeds and by re-soaking the cloth.
4. The seeds are kept at 22-25 ° C, until 20% of the seeds sprout.
– Planting will always be done in moist and mellow soil.
– Planting the sprouting seeds in a dry soil will lead to their dehydration and almost certainly to their inevitable death.
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