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When I get seedlings that are stuck in the shell, I have found that a mini zip tie is the perfect tool to scrape it off. I spray it with water and keep it wet for like 10 mins and then start pickin it off with the pointy end of the zip tie. It gives me precision, flexibility, and the beveled edge is perfect for picking at the placenta without damaging the seedling.

You put the taproot pointing down when you planted them right?

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Not tryin to be a dick, just givin some tips.

Actually germing in tap water is good because yes the seed pretty much supplys its own food for a while but there are valuable and usable minerals in your tap water.

And just to let you know, you don’t rly need to sterilize or boil a cup for germing, or anything really. There plants, they live in dirt.