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Clarke Brunt clarke at brunt.demon.co.uk
Thu Feb 9 16:03:02 EST 1995

In Article <3h9i34$ssc at freud.inst.com> Robert McGehee  writes:
>	I am trying to germinate a tomato seeds between two moist
>sheets of paper towels.  I keep it wet but my seeds to not seem
>to be germinating at all.  It has been 5 days and I haven't seen
>any progress.  Does it naturally take this long or is something

Dare we ask why? Anyway, tomato seeds remain viable for many years,
so that shouldn't be the problem. I'd say they just take this long -
obviously the speed will be temperature dependent. I'd imagine that
68F/20C or perhaps a bit higher might be good.

Clarke Brunt (clarke at brunt.demon.co.uk)

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