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Seed Germination: Dichondra Silver Falls Seeds-keep in the dark?

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Mluna25
Bayside, NY

January 21, 2011
7:12 PM

Post #8323374

Hi,
I am starting a small row of 6 Dichondra Silver Falls in an small plastic tray. I have it by boiler in a nice warm place. There is not much light in the spot. After 4 days I checked on my little seeds and one has sprouted, but the other 5 have not. Since, Dichondra does not need light to grow and I have had much success in the past starting them in the dark I am now wondering what I should do.
Should I move it under my grow light-or should I wait a day or two more until they all sprout up?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
joannabanana
Calgary, AB
(Zone 3a)

January 21, 2011
8:44 PM

Post #8323503

I would move them under lights asap. I don't think they need darkness to germinate.
Mluna25
Bayside, NY

January 22, 2011
8:31 AM

Post #8324102

Thank you for your reply! I followed your advice as soon as I read it! I think you are right!
Best!

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