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Cranapple germination

This has been a poor germination year.  While a few plantings achieved better
than 80%, the overall rate seems to be well below 50%.   Among the utter "no
show"s are two crosses with CRANAPPLE as the parent.  Each pod had yielded 10
seeds.  Not a single seed germinated.  Last year, with an overall germination
rate of 68%, a cross with CRANAPPLE as parent produced 43 seeds, of which only
2 germinated.  In the Register, I don't find CRANAPPLE listed as a parent.
I'll probably have another go at it this year, but does anyone else have
experience with or knowledge of CRANAPPLE's germination propensities?  --

zone 7 in Virginia

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