Banana mix 10 seeds div species

2,95

Banana mix 10 seeds div species

2,95

To achieve good germination results, the freshness of the seed is the most important.
If you harvest seeds yourself, it is recommended that you remove the flesh to prevent rotting. Seeds that are not sown immediately are best stored in the refrigerator.
Some seeds have a very hard skin, for example the Musa seeds. You can choose to lightly file the end of the seed (scarification) so that the water can penetrate better into the skin. But this technique is certainly not necessary either!
Soaking seeds
It is recommended to soak the seeds in water with a temperature of 32 to 34 °C for 24 to 48 hours before sowing. This will soften the hard seed husk and speed up germination. To do this, fill a cup with lukewarm water. After you have put the seeds in the cup, wrap the cup with aluminum foil. This keeps the whole thing at the right temperature. You then put the packed cup on a radiator. A thermos is of course also suitable. The water must be changed every 12 hours. Germination
Then put the pot away in a warm spot (25-35°C). The radiator is the ideal place for this, or a (mini) conservatory in the summer. The seeds do not need light at this stage. The seeds usually germinate between 1.5 and 3 months, but it can also take much longer. So you have to have a lot of patience. Make sure that during this time the soil remains sufficiently moist. Do not toss the soil to see if the seeds are already germinating. You can damage the seeds and even stop germination. As soon as the seedlings come up, the foil must be removed from the pot and the pot must no longer be on the radiator. Otherwise, the earth would dry out. It is better to put the pot on the floor next to the heater. From now on, the plant needs light.

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To achieve good germination results, the freshness of the seed is the most important.
If you harvest seeds yourself, it is recommended that you remove the flesh to prevent rotting. Seeds that are not sown immediately are best stored in the refrigerator.
Some seeds have a very hard skin, for example the Musa seeds. You can choose to lightly file the end of the seed (scarification) so that the water can penetrate better into the skin. But this technique is certainly not necessary either!
Soaking seeds
It is recommended to soak the seeds in water with a temperature of 32 to 34 °C for 24 to 48 hours before sowing. This will soften the hard seed husk and speed up germination. To do this, fill a cup with lukewarm water. After you have put the seeds in the cup, wrap the cup with aluminum foil. This keeps the whole thing at the right temperature. You then put the packed cup on a radiator. A thermos is of course also suitable. The water must be changed every 12 hours. Germination
Then put the pot away in a warm spot (25-35°C). The radiator is the ideal place for this, or a (mini) conservatory in the summer. The seeds do not need light at this stage. The seeds usually germinate between 1.5 and 3 months, but it can also take much longer. So you have to have a lot of patience. Make sure that during this time the soil remains sufficiently moist. Do not toss the soil to see if the seeds are already germinating. You can damage the seeds and even stop germination. As soon as the seedlings come up, the foil must be removed from the pot and the pot must no longer be on the radiator. Otherwise, the earth would dry out. It is better to put the pot on the floor next to the heater. From now on, the plant needs light.

Additional information

Weight 0,0200 kg
USDA zone

Zone 11: >+4.4 degrees

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