Germination in Mustard Seeds?

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Germination of mustard seeds depends on proper conditions. It loves moist, rich and well-drained soil with pH no less than 6.0. It can grow even in cool weather. Just sow at 1/8 inch deep and 15 inches apart.
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How to Germinate Mustard Seeds
Mustard sprouts have a spicy and somewhat sweet flavor. They go great with salads, sandwiches and even some desserts. Mustard sprouts can be hard to find in stores, but they are easy to grow in your own home. The best part is that they require little to... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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