I think I read once that someone said if moisture content is not high enough that it keeps the seed from reaching its cold stratification hours. Does anyone know if that is true? I am trying to grow some peach root stock from peach pits. I put some in a gallon bag and just made sure there was condensation in the bag, the other ones I soaked for 5 hours in a bucket of water and then bagged. Took a few out to test for germination, the ones I soaked before putting in the fridge are germinating well, the others have not germinated at all. Wondering if the pits will have to be soaked and then stored for a couple of months in the fridge or if once soaked will require a relative short stint back in the fridge?