Growth of Mongo Seeds?

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Mongo seeds are beans that originate from India, China, Thailand and Burma. The seed takes three days to sprout. They are first soaked in water for eight hours, till they swell. The seeds are then removed and placed in other containers to germinate.
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Well, I suppose that your seeds are going to be plants in the future. The light color doesn't really affect the seeds but it affects the plant itself. As I've done this as a research
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i think you mean mango seed?
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_mongo_seed
The seed swells and the radicle, which is the embryonic root, breaks through the seed coat, the protective outer covering of the seed, at the micropyle. The micropyle is a weak spot
http://www.ehow.com/list_6743708_stages-bean-seed-...
For a seed to grown into a plant it needs plenty of light and water. Thanks for using
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