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To check germination, take some seeds, place them in a ziplock with a wet paper towel and set them in a warm place indoors. You'll soon see that a great majority of the seeds will germinate.
 

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Actually, a seed dealer, if I'm not mistaken, can send outdated seed to have it recertified as to germination rates if it gets "old".
 
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