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Scarifying, or cutting or nicking the tip of the seed, gives the seed's energy a place to disperse and start germination. Soak the seeds in water to soften the hull, then use a fingernail file, a pocketknife or even a piece of sandpaper to carefully break though the seed's outer layer.
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