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Scarify Seeds - Seed Scarification Methods for Germination

How to scarify seeds for best germination

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Seed scarification steps
  1: Scarifying Seeds - Material needed
  2: Making a tool for scratching seed coats
  3: Scarify seeds with Sandpaper
  4: Soak seeds before planting
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Seed scarification method
Some seeds need to be scratched or altered to germinate.

Give seeds their wake up call using the scarification method. Break down the seed coat with an homemade motar and pestle.

Learn the method to scarify the seeds for best germination!

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Using sandpaper to scuff seed for germination - Scarification method
 
 
 
The process of seed scarification - How to scarify seeds - Breaking seed coat
Seeds that need scarification
 
Seed Scarification Methods
Breaking scratching altering seed coat
 
Scarifying seeds - Material needed:
 
This seed need treatment before planting. Whitout scarification, you will only get occasional germination.
 
 
Seeds - Seed germination - Scarifying seeds with sandpaper - Scarification process
Mechanical scarification using sandpaper
 
How to scuff seeds
Scarifying seeds coat
 
Scarifying seeds - Material needed:
 
To make a cheap homemade scarification tool, just use a recycled plastic container, a sandpaper 60-grit and a piece of wood.
 
 
How to scarify seeds - Method to scarify the seeds for best germination - Seed scratching tool
Making seed scratching tool
 
Seeds that need scarification
How to germinate your seeds
 
Scarifying seeds - Material needed:
 
Wrap the bottom of the plastic container with sandpaper.
 
 
Seed scarification techniques - Improving seeds germination - SEED SCARIFICATION, SEED STRATIFICATION & SEED SOAKING
Scarification tool used for physical abrasion
 
How to scarify seeds
Method to scarify the seeds for best germination
 
Scarifying seeds - Material needed:
 
For making a pestle for seed scarification, use a 10 inches long piece of wood. 2 inches widht and 2 inches thickness.
 
 
Scarifying seeds - Seeds germination - Seed coats can be rubbed with sandpaper
Homemade motar and pestle for scratching and altering seed coat
 
Homemade Motar and Pestle
Tool idea for seed scarification
 
Scarifying seeds - Material needed:
 
Using a stapler to attach the sandpaper to one end of your new scuffing pestle.
 
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