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Re: HYB: first seedling

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Dennis K. wrote:
>I planted some (OGB) arilbred seeds this summer.  Now here it is about 
4 or
>5 months later and the first one has germinated.  What are the chances 
>this thing survivng winter?  It has only just broken through the soil
>surface.  Tonight it will get down to 25'F.

I read somewhere recently, that an upturned preserving jar offers good 
protection to young plants. (Like a Bell jar). You must take it off if 
it is sunny, so the plant isn't burnt. I don't know if this would create 
too much humidity for an AB.
Cheers, Jan

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