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How long does it take for seeds to expire?
Most Vegetable Seeds Can Stay Viable for Years. Most vegetable seeds remain good for about two to three years, but some, such as onions, deteriorate within a year and others such as lettuce, can successfully sprout after five years.
How long does grass seed stay viable?
Like other seeds, how long grass seed stays viable depends on the variety of seed and how well it鈥檚 stored, Kauth says. It may stay viable for three to five years if kept cool, dry and safe from rodents or insects that spoil it.
Do seeds go bad?
Although seeds do not technically 鈥済o bad,鈥?expiration dates are used on seed packaging as a measure of the likelihood that the seeds will be viable. Depending upon the type of seeds, environmental conditions, and the manner in which the seeds have been stored, the germination rate of older seed packets may be greatly impacted.
What happens if you plant seeds past the due date?
If you try to plant seeds past those dates, you may still get a few of them to germinate, but the overall yield will be lower. This post updated from an article that originally appeared on March 17, 2015.