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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.
Interesting! Thank you for sharing this. Just an idea for a future video, maybe you can explore the maximum level of heat a seed can tolerate before it becomes sterile.
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