They're all in Greg. Soaked in naptha & denatured alcohol for a night then straight into the pellet.
Sounds like you're trying to kill them! Or yourself? Please explain......
The MSDSs for various vendors are also indicative of the non-specific nature of the product and reflect the considerations due for a flammable mixture of hydrocarbons: flammability, carcinogenicity, skin and airway irritation, etc.
People can be exposed to naphtha in the workplace by breathing it in, swallowing it, skin contact, and eye contact. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has set the permissible exposure limit for naphtha exposure in the workplace as 100 ppm (400 mg/m3) over an 8-hour workday. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has set a recommended exposure limit (REL) of 100 ppm (400 mg/m3) over an 8-hour workday. At levels of 1000 ppm, 10% of the lower explosive limit, naphtha is immediately dangerous to life and health.
Despite its poisonous content, denatured alcohol is sometimes consumed as a surrogate alcohol. This potentially can result in blindness or death if it contains methanol. For instance, during American prohibition, Federal law required methanol in domestically manufactured industrial alcohols. On Christmas Day 1926 and the two following days, which was roughly at the midpoint of the "Great Experiment" of nationwide alcohol prohibition, 31 people in New York City alone died of methanol poisoning. To help prevent this, denatonium is often added to give the substance an extremely bitter flavor. Substances such as pyridine are added to give the mixture an unpleasant odor, and agents such as syrup of ipecac may also be included to induce emesis (vomiting).
User Review: I bought this specifically to test soil pH. I brought it home and tested it in several spots in the garden but the reading never changed. I cleaned the probes to ensure good conductivity and retested in several locations, but the reading remained at 7.0 (neutral) no matter what I tested, which led me to question whether it was really working. Finally, I inserted the probes into a lemon. Same result - 7.0 neutral. I'll be returning this for a refund.
Hawaii has some of the most restrictive import regulations and for good reason. Like any island isolated for so many thousands of years, think Australia, where a seemingly innocent and cutesy rabbit has caused billions of dollars in damage.....
Just spritz them with a spray bottle of water every once in a while. Eventually it'll soften up the seed coat enough that you can just pull it off without damaging the cotyledon leaves. If you have to, use tweezers or nail clippers
Personally, I'd lose the humidity dome if they've already sprouted. Leaving it on could leave you at risk for "damping off"
The only thing I'd add to Mike's excellent advice is using weak chamomile tea in the spray bottle to soften the stuck seed cap (Often called "helmet head".). While there are opinions on both sides of it's effectivity on "damping off", along with cinnamon, you have to spray them with water so why not try it?