Growing basil seeds is not an easy task, but there are many ways to do it and most of them are not as complicated as you may think.
It is not that hard to grow basil seeds from the seeds of the Thai basil plant, and the process is easy if you are familiar with the process of growing them.
This is the first article of a series in which we are going to share how to grow thai chinese basil seeds and how to store them.
The Thai basil seed can be grown either as seeds, as seedlings or as sprouts.
Sprouts of the seeds will germinate at different stages and can be harvested after they are harvested.
Sproutlings of Thai basil are not ready to harvest yet.
The seeds of Thai chinese are generally easy to grow and there are no hard and fast rules about how they should be grown.
The seeds should be watered regularly and should be kept in a cool, dry place.
The seedlings should be maintained in a well-ventilated, well-sealed jar and should not be exposed to the air.
The soil should be of a low pH.
Sprouting of Thai bhang is also a good option.
Sprouted seeds can be stored in a dark place or in the refrigerator for a longer period of time.
Spraying with a chemical is not recommended, but it is not necessary.
Growing basil seeds requires a few ingredients and a lot of patience.
The first step in the process involves collecting the seeds and putting them in a sealed jar.
The jar should be a little smaller than 2.5 cm (1 inch) in diameter and should have a lid, which should be open.
The jars should be allowed to dry in the sun for several hours and then sealed with a moistened paper towel or a plastic bag.
The following pictures show how to put the seeds in the sealed jar:The seeds can then be picked from the jar and removed with the help of a small screwdriver or the fingers of a pair of pliers.
It takes less than one minute to remove the seeds from a seedling and the next step is to put them into a jar with a lid.
The next step, storing the seeds, is a bit tricky because the seeds can grow very fast.
However, the seeds have an extremely low water content and are very safe to eat.
It would be a good idea to have them refrigerated for at least three days.
The next step would be to remove all the seeds before adding them to a container with a tight fitting lid.
You can store the seeds by placing them in the fridge and then opening the jar.
You should add them to the jar about two weeks before they need to be stored.
The seedling should be protected from the air during the first year.
The container should have ventilation holes and the seedlings will be able to breathe in the air when the lid is opened.
The incubation period for the seedling can be as short as a week and as long as six months.
The growing time is about three months and it can be reduced by using a high humidity source such as a saucer, which can be made from a plastic container.
It can be sealed with tape or some sort of label to prevent the germination.
The last step is storing the seed in a container that will keep them well protected.
This can be done by putting the seeds into a container in a plastic sleeve or by placing the seeds inside the plastic bag and putting it in a place where the temperature is at a low point.
The plastic bag should be sealed tightly.
The final step is freezing the seeds.
The freezing process can be a bit tedious because it takes time to thaw the seeds after they have been planted.
It does not take much time for the seeds to thicken and they will not turn into a greenish-yellowish colour as they cool down.
The thawing process will only take about three weeks and the seeds should still be in a warm place.
After thaw and before storing the basil seed, it is important to store the seed inside a jar.
After the thaw, the seed can then become a sprout or an actual flower.
It should be placed in a small container with plenty of room for the sprout and the sprouts should be dried and preserved.
The first time you make basil sprouts, you need to carefully clean the seeds as soon as you put them in to prevent any contamination.
The sprouts need to have a light greenish colour and the inside of the container should be well-soaked.
The air must be kept away from the sprouting seedlings.
It must be allowed them to grow for three to five days before storing them.
When the sprouted sprouts are ready to eat, it will take several days before they can be consumed.
Sprinkled sprouts can be used as a vegetable, but you should not eat them.
Sprays of basil seeds can also be used to make curry or stir