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Dec 18, 2013 8:48 AM CST
Name: Sandy
Texas 9b
Quoting:I agree that paper absorbs water! I might add that, after the cardboard has absorbed all it can, switch out that damp tray for a dry one. Park the damp one over a heating vent, and soon it will be crispy dry again.
Our vents are in the ceiling :) I also occasionally shake the box flat cardboard box when I walk by. It also helps to dry the seeds and keep separated.

I also keep small boxes from the smallest I can find to allow seeds to dry and the ones that throw their seeds to do it in there or in a paper bag. I have a really tall vase (about 26" tall) I drop wild poinsettia seeds in. I learned however I must put something on the top as they tend to jump out.

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