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storing Capensis seeds

boxofrain

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I have harvested a vast amount of Capensis seeds to give to friends next spring. My question is...should they be kept in a fridge for the winter or just on a shelf in a sealed container? TIA
 

Vbkid

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In my experience, they will germinate just fine if you keep them pretty much anywhere until spring. Just keep em relatively dry and you'll be good to go! If you have room in the fridge, feel free to throw em in, but don't sweat it!
 
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Cold storage will retain better germination rates than room-temperature on average; some carnivore seeds seem to have little trouble with room-temperature, but if you want the most seeds to last the longest storing dry in a fridge is best.
 
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