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February 9, 2024

Before you start seeds indoors, make sure they're not duds

Associated Press

I've had just about enough of winter and am itching to get my hands dirty. I can't do that yet in my New York garden, but I have been distracting myself by growing microgreens and dwarf strawberries on the kitchen counter.

It will be another month before I bring out my seed-starting supplies, but I can do some pregaming by testing my old stash for viability.

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