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GERMINATING WARM AND COLD

Do seeds germinate best in a warm place or a cold place?
Let's make two soilless gardens in jars, with wet paper
towels, and place one jar into the refrigerator. We'll put
the other jar in the cupboard. If the towels on top get dry,
we must add some water. The refrigerator and the cupboard
are both dark, but one is warm and the other is cold. We
could make two more soilless gardens and put one in the
cupboard and one in a sunny window. That way, we would find
out if warm and sunny is better than warm and dark. Which
way is best?


 
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