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Pre-Sprout Vegetable Seeds for Successful Gardening
"Most people plant seeds according to packet instructions and pray that the seeds will sprout," says Foodie Gardener, Shirley Bovshow of Hallmark Channels "Home & Family". You can stack the odds in your favor by pre-sprouting seeds that are difficult to germinate such as peas and tomatoes and plant the sprouted seeds. Soak dry hard peas in water over night and in the morning, the pea will sprout a small tail. Place tomato seeds on a damp paper towel, cover, and put into a plastic baggy. Keep the towel moist and place on a warm counter. Tomato seeds should sprout within 24-48 hours and are ready to plant.
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