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I know there are a lot of trees that do that. But I remember hearing about it on a Yosemite documentary. They're called "california redwood trees" I believe :)
Some seeds NEED to be subjected to forest fires of 500 degrees F in-order to be able to germinate. That alone proves the myth.
dont destroy the seeds :(
what about quality and taste and nutritious data?
even bad weeds grow tall.
So, I'm doing a microwaved version of this one; one at 30 secs, one at 1 minute, and a ultra nuked one at a full 5 minutes. Some of them were even a little burnt. I don't know the exact degrees on how hot they got, but it'll be interesting nevertheless. I was thinking about doing more with my oven, but I would have to keep my oven at 175-200+ degrees for 8 hours like I did with the dehydrator.
There are probably specific temperature ranges for each type of seed. In nature they survive many extremes, trials and tribulations.
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