If you save seed from year to year whether it be leftover bought seed or you are gathering and saving seed from your plantings, you should make a habit of testing the germination rate of any saved seed before you plant. Testing can save a lot of frustration and angst further down the timeline. Here are some tips for testing the germination rate of your seeds before you plant.
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Dennis and Penny Howard have been gardening almost as long as they have been married. Both retired, Dennis from a career as a professional firefighter and Penny as a school teacher and early childhood intervention specialist, now spend their time in the garden and greenhouse, trying to keep up with their three active grandsons, and traveling. Both are active with their local Texas Master Gardeners Association