Seeds can go south as using the the meals in your kitchen. Germinating your seeds before sowing them in your backyard lets you test for viability and the quality of your seeds that are saved while accelerating the germination process. When you germinate your seeds indoors you will have full control over temperature and moisture, therefore your work wo n’t be ruined by an unusually cool or dry spell.
Place a couple more seeds than you plan to sow evenly spaced on half of cotton fabric or a paper towel. Fold up to the paper-towel or cloth to protect the seeds and lay it flat in a plastic zipper bag.
Place the bag on a flat area in a place that is warm and re-moisten the towel using a spray bottle any-time it starts to dry. Till roots start to display, typically in about a week for many seed varieties leave the seeds.
Bring water and corn starch to a boil in a little sauce pan. Allow the mixture to cool before pouring in to a plastic sandwich bag.
Transfer the seeds that are germinated into the corn starch gel combination. Place the bag in your fridge for up to some day or two until a day right for for sowing the seeds in to your backyard.
Cut a tiny hole in the corner of the bag. The gel using the seedlings suspended right into a furrow in your backyard inside. Once they get their true leaves thin suggested on the seed package.