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 (*Brassica spp.*) is a cool-season crop in the cabbage family (*Cruciferae spp.*). While the tender young leaves are harvested as a vegetable and salad green, the seeds are used as spice. Mustard seed is used in various world cuisines to lend... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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