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cult: seed soaking - floaters?


Diana Louis wrote:

>  Does anyone know if you are supposed to wait until the floating
>  seeds fall to the bottom when they are being washed (soaked)? Or
>  can they just be soaked for a certain length of time and then
>  continue on with the next step?

It probably depends on the type of seeds, but
with beardeds this serves to separate the viable
ones [sinkers] from the chaff [floaters].

You can speed the process by occasional
stirring or tapping the floaters to encourage
them to sink.  =


Sharon McAllister
73372.1745@compuserve.com





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