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What Is the Warmest the Soil Can Be for Seeds

bevt added on July 26, 2011 | Answered

What is the warmest the soil can be for seeds?

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Answered on July 28, 2011

Normally the soil temperature should be about 60 degrees F, before planting seeds. Luffas squash will germinate and grow at soil temps of up to 95 degrees. Most seed does better germinating at between 60 and 80 degrees. A lot of this depends on the type of seed you are planting.

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