Cycas revoluta; Preparing the planting trays, First a layer of news paper goes on the bottom, next a thin layer of perlite (1/4 inch deep) and finally a top layer of soil filled to the top of the tray..

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Watering in the trays

The seed are spaced and set on top of the soil.

Seed are pushed into the soil

This is what your finished tray of seed should look like.


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