Before you start seeds indoors, make sure they're not duds

This image provided by Jessica Damiano shows a seed-germination test in progress on Long Island New York, as 10 Jackpot pepper hybrid seeds are placed on a moist paper towel Next, they will be folded into the towel and placed into a zipper-top plastic bag to retain warmth and moisture. Within a week or so, the viable seeds will sprout roots. (Jessica Damiano/AP)

This image provided by Jessica Damiano shows a seed-germination test in progress on Long Island New York, as 10 Jackpot pepper hybrid seeds are placed on a moist paper towel Next, they will be folded into the towel and placed into a zipper-top plastic bag to retain warmth and moisture. Within a week or so, the viable seeds will sprout roots. (Jessica Damiano/AP)

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