Can mold penetrate seed

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Mold in a seedling flat probably isn't harming the seedlings, but it's a sign that the growing conditions aren't quite right. White or brownish molds that appear on potting media are saprophytic fungi, which live on organic matter. These molds don't attack the living tissue of seedlings, but they can make it difficult for seeds to germinate. You can sometimes remove the mold by agitating the surface of the potting soil.
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Mold on indoor seedlings

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Forestnursery/Seed Fungi - Bugwoodwiki

Cordell, C. Forest Nursery Pests. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Agriculture Handbook No. December
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How to Get Rid of the Mold Growing in My Seedling Flat

Howdy, Experiencing a bit of mold growth on some soil blocks I've made and have set up indoors. I wanted to start with bigger blocks so that I would not have to 'block-up' after some time. It's been 5 full days since I made the blocks and added the seeds. This is the first day I've noticed the mold growth.
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Photo courtesy of the U. Molds are microscopic fungi that live on plant or animal matter. Mold grows from tiny spores that float around in the air.
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