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Just thought I'd throw my two cents in. I always put my seeds in the freezer,till I plant in January. Granted I only plant 3 or 4 flats but I've had pretty good luck with swollen viable seed. The reasons I do this is #1 Pauline told me to do it like that, and #2 I have plenty of volunteers that come up in the garden if I leave some pods on the plant, and they get frozen all winter then germinate in the spring. Definitely not scientific but an observation none the less.
                                                                        Two cents worth,
                                                                                                 Dan



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