email@example.com (Winter) wrote in message
That's not true. The germination rate of seed declines over time,
which is why the date the lot was tested is important. Typical grass
seeds can be stored a couple of years in a cool, dry place and still
have acceptable germination rates. Anything over a year old, I'd do
a test prior to use to make sure the germination rate is acceptable.
Also, endophyte enhanced seed loses the endophyte protection in a much
shorter time, less than a year.
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