🌱 Fast & Easy Seed Germination: How to Start Seedlings from Paper Towel Method (Container vs Baggie)

Pre-sprouting (pre-germinating) is a superb little hack to shortly sprout your vegetable seeds. This tip is quick and tremendous straightforward. It improves germination charges and permits you to plant younger seedlings instantly into fertilized soil (potting combine). It additionally permits you to preserve seeds by simply planting one seed per pot.

🌱 When you plant seeds instantly into soil or potting combine, these seeds want to compete with the vitamins within the soil. Whether natural or artificial, these vitamins exist within the type of fertilizer salts. This ends in osmotic stress that tends to pull moisture away from adjoining seeds. So the seeds take a bit longer to imbibe (soak up) the water from the soil. Some seeds could also be so delicate that they do not emerge in any respect if the soil is simply too closely fertilized.

That’s the place this easy method is available in. By inserting the seeds on a moist paper towel, the seeds can freely soak up water with minimal effort. A ziplock baggie can be utilized. Or a easy container like a dish. Once sealed off from the surface air, the air inside stays humid and the seeds do not dry out.

🌱 As quickly as I see the primary set of leaves emerge, I plant the seedlings into their potting containers. Just deal with them gently by their leaves, moderately than the stems or roots. This methodology works with annual greens resembling peppers, tomatoes, kale, watermelon and corn. All totally different sorts of seeds might be tried together with perennials, flowers, alpines, timber and shrubs.

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