The usual 3% hydrogen peroxide, which can be purchased at any pharmacy for mere pennies, is the main secret of good seed germination, strong seedlings and a great harvest. Repeat this simple trick to keep your plants healthy and strong!
Take pepper seeds and fill them with peroxide so that they float there. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Leave hard seeds like onions for 20-30 minutes.
Prepare a good decontaminated nutrient soil for planting seeds. Smooth out the surface with a spoon.
Now spread the seeds without rinsing under water, evenly, over the entire surface of the soil.
Sprinkle with earth and moisten with a pipette or spray bottle. Cover with a lid or bag and leave in a warm place (25-30 degrees) until germination.
Pharmaceutical peroxide saturates the seeds with hydrogen, at the same time disinfects and slightly corrodes the shell of the seeds - due to this, they hatch and "harden" faster. After such a simple procedure, the seeds germinate well and give a good harvest. Below is shown how pepper seeds sprouted together after soaking in peroxide before planting.
For more information on the use of hydrogen peroxide for pepper, see the video below: