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Tips for germinating seeds in summer

publication date: Jul 1, 2008
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It can be hard to germinate some seeds when the weather is hot. Sometimes the temperature is just too high for that seed, sometimes the soil dries out too fast. There are some techniques that can help, but the first tool in the kit is information: know the ideal germination conditions for your crop, the actual conditions, and the expected time to emergence under the conditions you’ve got.



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