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Seed Scarification Methods - Making a Tool for Scarifying Seeds

How to scuff seeds for easy germination - Make a Seed scuffer

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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 - Seed scuffer - Improve the germination rates of your seeds
Scarification tool ready to scratch the seed coat
 

Making Tool for Scarifying Seeds

Improve the germination rates of your seeds
 
 
Scarification - Making a tool for scratching seed coat:
 
Staple the sandpaper over one end of the wood stick. You get a new seed scuffer as pestle!
 
 
 
 
 
 
How to scarify seeds - Physical abrasion to weaken the seed coat - Starting seed tips
Seed scuffer for scuffing seeds
 
Scarifying Seeds
Scarifying seeds before sowing
 
Scarification - Making a tool for scratching seed coat:
 
The seed scuffer for doing scarification is now ready to scarify the seeds.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Scarification method - Plastic seeder - Soaking seed - Scratching seeds with sandpaper
Using plastic seeder to put in seeds
 
Cutting the seed coat using abrasion
Pretreatments for slow-to-germinate seeds
 
Scarification - Making a tool for scratching seed coat:
 
Use a plastic seeder. Drop down the seeds on the sandpaper to the bottom of the container.
 
 
Scarring Seeds - Break down the seed coat - sheet of medium-grit sandpaper - Scarification process
Sheet of medium-grit sandpaper
 
Improving Seeds Germination
Roughen up the seed by using sandpaper
 
Scarification - Making a tool for scratching seed coat:
 
Seeds on the sandpaper ready for scarification.
 
 
 
 
 
 
How to scuff seed coat - Cutting the seed coat using abrasion - How to speed up seed germination - Scarification of seeds methods
Seeds in the bottom of the container
 
 
Seed Scarification Techniques
Physical abrasion to weaken the seed coat
 
Scarification - Making a tool for scratching seed coat:
 
If needed you can move small seeds with a tweezer.
 
 
 
   
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