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Looking at some germination information (sorry, I'm away from my notebook, and can't for the life of me remember which plant this was suggested for - but everything I am sowing right now is woodland), I came across instructions that the seeds should be sown in spaghnum moss, but no details of how to do this. I am assuming that this is baggie treatment, moist and sealed.
from what I gather you are saying is that the moss is used as a covering, much like vermiculate or sand? I had pictured using the moss in a bag sprinkling seeds into it, but couldn't figure how I was going to find the seedlings then. Puzzle solved.