Introduction: Simple Soil Substitute for Germinating Seeds
some of you may think that newspaper ink is poisonous so instead of it you can use pages from used notebooks or notepads or tissues
Create a simple soil substitute which can be used for germinating seeds.
It is almost for free and you just require-
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Microwave safe dish
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Step 1: Step 1
Cut long strips of newspaper.
Then cut these strips into very small pieces and add them to the container.
You can also add small bits of cotton to the mixture.
Step 2: Step 2
Fill the container with little water.
Add water till it covers the paper strips.
Step 3: Step 3
Keep the container in microwave.
Set the microwave on HIGH for 2 minutes.
After heating, drain the water and wash the pulp like thing with cold water.
Step 4: Final Step
Finally put the pulp in a small pot.
keep the seeds in this pulp and keep them in warm and dark place.
Add water regularly till they germinate.
After they germinate pot them in a bigger pot.
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