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Old July 29, 2015   #21
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Location: Virginia
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I've never had any problems germinating Cilantro. No chilling necessary - great germination right out of the seed packet. But what with the heat & humidity here in Virginia, I've only had success after germination with diligent successive sowings every couple of weeks. As soon as one sowing starts breaking & is a few inches tall, I start another section. Pretty much keeps me in Cilantro all season long.
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