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Re: starting seeds finally...storage temperatures

 Cindy-your seeds should be in good shape, might have a reduction in 
germination but a more uniform response.

Sow them and keep them warm and moist (F 80) for the first two weeks, once 
they are up, grow them a little cooler say around F 65 to F 78.

I do not know if there has been a definitive test down on were the seeds 
maintain the best viability but a cold refrigerator is best for most 
perennial seeds.

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