Back in the days, seed planting is one of the most thrilling activities students do at school. It’s therapeutic in itself and the experience is a great stress-reliever. More importantly, you get to familiarize yourself with how the seed of varying plants look.
In today’s modern world, you’ll rarely find people who spend time planting seeds and gardening. But there are still a few who find time to grow their own plants and garden. I, for one, believe it’s an enjoyable hobby, great food source, and even an additional source of income.
So if you have seeds which you’ve saved to plant for a later date, this article I’ve found is a must-read for you. It discusses how you can know if the seeds you have are still good for planting. Watch the video below to find out about the two methods you can choose from to know if your seeds are still good.