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The length of time it takes a seed to germinate depends on a range of factors. Some of the most important are: The type (species and varietiy) of seedWhere, when and how it i…s sown,The type of soil and local climate where it is sown,The age of the seed. The range of germination times generally varies from as little as one day (e.g. for some mustard seeds) to over one year (e.g. for some trees). Most seeds need particular conditions of temperature, light (or darkness), oxygen concentration, pH, nutrients and moisture for them to germinate, and if conditions are not optimal then germination may be delayed or may not occur at all. Also, in the wild some seeds need additional specific influences in order to germinate. For example, in some heathland, dryland and forest habitats, some species need to be exposed to fire in order to germinate. Other seeds or nuts may need to experience freezing temperatures or undergo dormancy during winter periods before they will germinate. Some orchid seeds need to be infected by a specific fungus before they will grow, and other seeds need to pass through an animal's gut in order to germinate. If you want to plant (or have recently planted) seeds and want to know how long it will be before you start to see some green shoots, there is no quick answer. In temperate countries, most commercially sold garden flower seeds can be expected to germinate in somewhere between 14 to 30 days. Some may germinate sooner, some later, some not at all if they are sterile, if conditions are not right, or if they succumb to a pathogen. For some seeds, it is possible to accelarate germination. For example, European primrose (Primula vulgaris) seeds normally take 2 to 4 weeks to germinate if the conditions are right, but may germinate more quickly (in 2 or 3 days) if placed in a small pot of damp compost and placed in a polythene bag indoors at 15 - 20 degrees C. But this is not appropriate for all species. The best thing you can do is look up a good gardening guide, or speak to a botanist about any particular species.
If the conditions are right, about two weeks.
What is the climate where you are? I will assume you are talking about lawns rather than the grasses associated with prairies, pastures, orchards, meadows, etc. There ar…e warm season and cool season grasses and for each of those several species and numerous varieties to chose from. Some grasses will germinate in a week others will take much longer up to 3 weeks depending on climate and season. Preferred seeding of grasses in the Midwest (a temperate zone) is in late summer/early fall, when soil is warm, plenty of moisture and air temperature is cool. Fine bladed tall fescue mixes are commonly used in the Midwest because they are tuff, deep rooted and draught resistant. It is best to seed tall fescue at a rate of 10lbs/1000 square foot. You will hear of 6lbs and 8 lbs per 1000 sf but it is not recommended if you are looking for a dense lawn with no feel of the individual grass plants under foot. All lawns take a full growing season or more to mature.
it takes one week or more time
2 days in winter, one in summer
it depends on how muuch you care for it
Between 1-7 days, usually around day 2.
About 10 to 15 days on average but this depends on a lot of factors such as temperature,climate,sunlight, and moisture.
It depends on which seed you have. Generally seeds take between 7 and 14 days to germinate. There are of course exceptions, some varieties can germinate within 2 days if con…ditions are right, where as others can take literally years to germinate - even if conditions are right.
between 1-7 days usually 2
about 1 to 7 days, normally on the second day :)
There's no exact answer, most olive seeds will need 'cold period' to break dormancy, 2 - 4 weeks in wet sands inside a fridge will be enough for most varieties, it may take an…other 4 weeks in potting soil to actually germnate, also scarification helps a lot to reduce the germination time, always plant much more seeds than you need, most may not germinate or stay dormant for up to a year, olives are commercially propagated by cuttings and seeds are also not true to type.
Around 2 weeks give or take depending on conditions.