How to germinate an avocado seed in less than a month! Premium class
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What might go wrong?2:01
Germinatation in nature vs. in home2:54
Preparing the avocado seed5:40
Stages of Growth & Development7:30
Tips for planting your avocado7:30
Summary & a goodbye1:26
About This Class
If every time you have access to every kind of seeds, you feel an internal itch to plant all of them welcome to the club; all seeds are future plant buddies. In this club germinating avocado seeds, as you may know, is one of the greatest challenges. One of the most common cases is to put the seed in water and throw it away two months afterwards as it is covered with mold with no roots in sight. I've tried a thousand and one ways to germinate avocado seeds, and everyone agrees that it takes 2-3 months to do the job.
Well, I found out with some basic tips you can crop this time to only one month. Everything you need to know follows below.
Hope you enjoy this bit seized lesson on this everyday life trick!
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This class is amazing! Love it! Avocado is one of my favorite fruits and I've always wondered how to grow a plant from it's seed!
I've never thought to plant an avocado seed until I came across your course. Really looking forward to trying this out.
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She is Despina. She is a master student (hello neuroscience!) and a born adventurer. Forests, food, flute and books and crafts are in her heart and she knows that. Has a soft spot for cheese and elder people. She is licking cake bowls since 1991 too. Oh, she adores good stories too; to hear and to read them. She started this site, because of her need to tell some of her own too; a place where you can find fresh squeezed brain juice every other day. She has so much fun referring to herself in the 3rd person.
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