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Old February 5, 2019   #1
tlcmd
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Default Growing Wormwood From Seed

I wish to plant some wormwood (Artemesia absinthium) seeds in a flat. These seeds are smaller than finely ground black pepper so are too small to use a pepper shaker.


Suggestions as to how to do it. I'm reasonably sure they will float, so I could put a few of them in a small wide dish of water and put 1/4th tsp on the top of each cell in my flat (72 cell flat). But I'm hoping someone has some tried and true way to plant very tiny seeds in a seed flat.
Thanks for any suggestions.
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