How Does Temperature Affect Seed Germination?


Seed germination depends on the temperature for the plant to sprout. Temperature affects seed germination in several ways including if the plant will spout and how long it will take the plant to come through the soil surface. If the soil temperature is too cold, it can delay germination or even stop it. Cooler soil temperatures can cause the seed to rot because of the moisture surrounding them. If the temperature is too hot, seeds will not grow because of moisture loss.
Q&A Related to "How Does Temperature Affect Seed Germination?"
if the temperature is too hot then it causes the seed to over heat and cook, this causes it to stop growing. if the temperature is too cold it freezes and causes it to not grow. if
Many seeds require a cold dormant period, mimicking natural winter conditions, to germinate. Seeds from many shade trees, shrubs and perennials require two to three months of cold
Germination is essentially an enzymatic process, and enzymes function best at physiological temperatures, so your seeds are never going to germinate in the fridge.
Average range of time to germinate is usually given in weeks (1-12) Time
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