Does a seed need direct sun light or not?

Answer Most seeds are damaged by direct sun and the majority need moisture, warmth, and darkness to stimulate growth. A few species of seeds need light to aid germination, but not necessarily direct sun.

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Does the amount of light a seed is exposed to affect seed germination?

yes it does. the less light the seed has will either make the seed take longer to germinate or not germinate at all.Answerit really depends on the type of seed. some seeds like watermelon and tomat... Read More »

What happens when a seed has no light in its germination?

It dies. It only needs light after it has germinated. Most seeds prefer to germinate in the dark.

Will a seed grow faster in the dark or light?

Whether seeds are grown in the presence of light or not, they will still germinate, yet some seeds prefer one more than the other. This depends on the type of plant you are trying to grow. For in... Read More »

What Is Direct Light?

Direct light is the full intensity of sun or light on the subject. In gardening, direct light is full sunlight for six hours or more. In photography, it is shining the light right on the subject. D... Read More »