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Re: HYB:Seed

>  I would imagine
> keeping them in pill bottles is not a good idea since the humidity can't
> escape? -- Dennis Kramb; dkramb@badbear.com Cincinnati, Ohio USA; USDA
> Zone 6 http://www.badbear.com/dkramb/home.html
     The seeds stay in the dixie cups until they are dry.  I shake or 
stir them almost daily to prevent mold.  Then, they go into the pill 
bottles and the freezer.  They might sublimate in the freezer if they 
were not protected by pill bottles.

     Anyway, the chore of planting was accomplished yesterday 
afternoon, and I am stiff and sore from all of the stooping and 
squatting, but it will be worth it in two years(bearded)/three years 
(beardless) when they bloom.  Rainy and more frigid weather starts 

     Walter Moores
     Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8 

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