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Raw seed on the right and pelleted seed on the left. The pelleted seed is much easier to handle. Pellets are made by coating the raw seed with clay. Sometimes the clay is colored, which makes it possible to seed different varieties in one flat (and keep track of which cell has which variety).
|Author||Dwight Sipler from Stow, MA, USA|
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