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Re: Soaking

Yes, Thomas, That was me!
I currently have 2 sets of seed left to plant for the year. 
I plan on soaking these, too.
Nothing has germinated in the "greenhouse" so far, and I didn't expect it too, either. 
I dug up a few of the seeds and non of them were mushy, so I'm assuming that I
hadn't overwatered them yet.  But watering HAS sluffed off, since the previous e-mail
thread on Iris Talk.
Thanks for the photo!  That gives all of us 'non-soakers' an idea of what could be
coming off the seeds to help them germinate better.

Adam Cordes
President -- Mio Irisarians
Hillman, Michigan
Region 6
Zone 4 (and a half. . . )

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