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Germination Does Affect plant growth Without germination in the plant, the plant is not able to grow. The germination is the begining of life for the seed plant ho…wever the rate of germination is not directly related to rates of plant growth one can find speedy germinating seeds which grow slowly and vice versa.zaf.
Yes, pH can affect the seed germination of plants. It may cause issues with the seeds pickling if the pH of the soil is not right, despite light being the biggest factor i…n germination.
You can scrape off some of the hard shell of the seed to help itgerminate - this is called scarification. You can also soak theseeds for a few days to speed things up.
Very simply, once a plant has flowered and the flower has been pollinated, it develops one or more seeds which contain a miniature new plant surrounded by a store of foo…d to help the new plant grow until it can make its own food. These seeds dry and get scattered and lie around in a dormant state until the conditions are good for the new plant to grow (this may be a warming of the soil in spring or in dry areas the arrival of rain). When this happens the new miniature plant begins to grow and the food store is converted to sugar to feed the new plant. A root then grows out of the seed and goes into the soil while a little later one or two seed leaves will appear above ground to catch the sun. This process is called germination and a germinated seed is one that is producing a root and seed leaves.
the type of soil yu use don't matter it will not affect the plant
No Most seeds will germinate in water. The best way to test seeds for germination is to place the seeds between two layers of wet paper towel and put them in a plastic s…andwich bag in a warm place. After a few days, the seeds will begin to sprout. This is also the way I start seeds which are difficult to germinate, e.g., gourd seeds. When the seeds sprout, I take them out of the paper towel and plant them in soil.
no i don't think so, only if you detergent or any bacterial liquid.
Yes, But I have dusted the seeds with guano-gro prior to planting and have gotten seeds that would normally germinate in 7-10 days to germinate in the ground in less than 30 h…ours. Downside - is when I tried to beat the 30 hour germination - no seed could be found. So too much of a good thing is not always good.
Yes. If the soil is too acidic it can kill the seed. It depends on the type of seed and where it was originally meant to grow. Some plants like alkaline soil and some like bas…e soil.
Yes, though for each seed length and outcome are different.
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If the acidity of soil is too high, the germination of a seed will either be slowed or the seed may not grow at all. Some plants are very sensitive to the level of acidity in …the soil and need to be treated carefully.
magnetism effect seed germination becauseits a mangnet and nothing can stop a magnet and im just guesing but go and ask me on moviestarplanet.com my name is nice gril 9…5
When a plant seed is germinated it is then able to grow. Before it is germinated it is considered sterile and cannot grow. If one plants a germinated seed in the proper soil a…nd lighting and provide proper lighting, one will have a plant in no time.