How Much Water Does a Seed Need to Germinate?

Answer Seeds need evenly moist soil to germinate. In soggy soils, the seeds become waterlogged and can't receive oxygen. They eventually rot and die. In dry soils, the seed coats remain hard so the seed c... Read More »

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How to Germinate Lawn Seed?

Establishing a new lawn with seed requires selecting a grass variety suitable for your specific region and providing seeds with properly prepared soil and plenty of moisture. Topping newly planted ... Read More »

How to Germinate Bromeliad Seed?

Bromeliads include various types of plants that range from pineapples to Spanish moss. They are usually kept as houseplants in most of the United States, but you can grow bromeliads at your home fr... Read More »

How do you germinate olive seed?

Answer HITo break the dormancy of olive seeds :1-Remove the bulb2-excise the endocarb3-put the seeds on a bed of 1cm of fine moisted perlite cover the seeds with 1/2 cm of fine granules of perlite4... Read More »

Will a Frozen Seed Germinate?

Dormant seeds are viable for a certain amount of time, varying by species. If a seed is not allowed to germinate within its specific window of opportunity, the embryo within the seed will die. Some... Read More »