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Will 10 year old seeds germinate?

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The answer is, yes, seeds will eventually go bad and no longer germinate, but it can take quite a long time. There is a good chance that those old seed packets will have a high percentage of seeds that will germinate just fine. And even a group of very old seeds may have 10 or 20 percent that still sprouts.
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