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  • Helen Currier

    10 seed starting tips from a master gardener | Fine Gardening

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    10 seed starting tips from a master gardener ok why did i not think of plastic wrap on the top?

  • Nancy Kurul

    10 Seed-Starting Tips - How a practiced propagator gets seedlings off to a healthy start

  • Brenda McClelland

    10 tips to start seedlings off well!

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Starting seeds? Get much better germination rates when you nick the hard seed coat first. This lets in moisture faster and enables the germinating shoot to emerge easily.