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Re: HYB:poll-Mama Mia vs Mother Nature

My basic method is to stratify the soaked seeds for 12 weeks in plastic bags with holes.  Any that don't germinate (or have appreciably stopped) after the twelve weeks and temperature cycling for 3-4 weeks are then forced to germinate using the cutting method.

I don't hold them over a year, I just make another cross if I want more seed.

Paul Archer
Raleigh, NC  Zone 7

-----Original Message-----
>From: christian foster <flatnflashy@yahoo.com>
>Sent: Feb 18, 2007 6:51 PM
>To: iris@hort.net
>Subject: [iris] HYB:poll-Mama Mia vs Mother Nature
>Hey gang,
>  I love the germination discussion, and I get that the theory is that certain requirements must be met before any iris seed will germinate.  But I get confused by who is talking about what methods, especially when all the information is piled up together.
>  would y'all sound off- roll call style- on which method you are using to get sprouts; Burrito-or other variations man made- vs mother nature- even if she's helped a little.
>  Christian
>  ky 
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