Germination is the process of plant growth from a seed or spore. Kidney beans usually germinate within a week of planting, provided that they are kept moist. More »

The seeds of a kidney bean take 10 to 14 days to germinate, and the kidney beans themselves reach maturity in 90 to 150 days. They grow best in loose, well-draining soil with soil temperatures of 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenh... More »

Factors that can affect the germination of mung bean seeds include a lack of water, a lack of favorable temperature, infertile soil, a lack of fertilization and a lack of light. Seeds do not germinate if planted in such ... More »

There are numerous forms of radiation, including gamma rays, which can hinder the seed germination, root growth and shoot growth of a plant, and ultraviolet, or UV, radiation from the sun, which helps to feed a plant aft... More »

The six phases to a flower's life cycle are the seed, germination, growth, reproduction, pollination and seed spreading. All plants begin life as a seed but flowers are unique in their ability to attract pollinating crea... More »

Seeds typically do not require sunlight for germination because most of their nutritional needs for the germination phase of a plant's life are contained within the seed itself. Conversely, some seeds do require light to... More »

Seed germination begins when the first root breaks through the seed wall and ends when the first pair of true leaves begin the process of photosynthesis. The three stages in-between are when the primary root, which is ca... More »