I know seed soaking is not a good test to check if a seed is viable but are peach seeds (bonanza) supposed to float first and then sink? I'm removed the kernels/embryo from inside the hard pit! I've put 3 kernels in warm water and straightaway one floats (bigger healthy looking seed) and two sinks (dried and more wrinkles). Which one is more likely to germinate? Thanks
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Some seed soaking is specific to certain types of seeds.
These articles cover some of the basics of this treatment.