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Re: CULT: seed pod harvest

From: Iarejan@aol.com

Hello talkers,
     Harvested one last seed pod today from INCANTATION x MOON JOURNEY...21 
seeds.   This was one of those "did it because it was there" crosses.    
Among fully formed seeds were about two dozen tiny, white pieces of something 
or other with a faintly tan-ish tip...seeds that never developed?   Didn't 
notice it in the other seed pods and this is the first time I've done 
crosses... So I'm guessing that's what they were?   
     It's still to stifling hot out there, I plucked the seed pod off and 
went inside to open it.   WHEW!!    

Janet Natale
zone 8 o fSC

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