How Do You Germinate Cucumber Seeds Overnight?
Don’t risk planting cucumbers seeds in the soil and hoping for good germination. Poor weather conditions, especially cool wet soil, can quickly turn your seeds to mush and you will end up replanting seeds in order to get a good crop. Germinating your cucumber seeds inside before planting them will give them a nice head start. Wet a clean cloth or section of paper towel. This should be wet, but not dripping. Wring out any excess water. Cover the cloth with a single layer of cucumber seeds. Roll the cloth with the cucumber seeds inside. Wrap with ordinary plastic wrap and secure the edges with a small piece of tape to hold it closed. Place in a warm area. I find the top of the water heater works wonders as it provides a constant source of heat throughout the day and and night. Check the seeds for germination by gently unrolling the cloth. You will often see roots beginning to form the very next day. It should not take more than 3 days for your cucumber seeds to germinate. Plant the germi