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Dec 19, 2013 9:12 PM CST
Name: Rick Corey
Pacific NorthWet Zone 8a
I haven't had to deal with any jumping seeds yet. That must be exciting I think my cat would have a nervous breakdown.

>> I also occasionally shake the box flat cardboard box when I walk by. It also helps to dry the seeds and keep separated.

Very good idea! I seldom have so much seed that it forms a thick layer or big pile. But when I dry a moderate amount of seed in a 9" x 4" envelope, and they all pile up in the 9" crease, I also shake it several times per day to help it dry before mold strikes.

>> Our vents are in the ceiling

Rolling on the floor laughing

You could always hang flats from the vents. (silly face)

Preferably at eye level, of course!
You could make an obstacle course for anyone trying to dodge the crossfire from your jumping seeds.

say, do you have a problem with seeds getting stuck in the folds and flaps of those cardboard flats? The thought that I'm probably mixing different seeds when I re-use a box bothers me. I can never believe that I got them ALL out.

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