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Re: seed germination

  • Subject: Re: seed germination
  • From: celia storey <storey@aristotle.net>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 08:45:39 -0600

From: celia storey <storey@aristotle.net>

>Celia, This sounds interesting. Please keep us posted. TIA. How do you
>tell overripened seeds from reasonably ripened seeds? Do they comein the
>same pods?
Diana, the way I've always heard "overripened" used, it just means dried.
For instance, the seeds one receives from SIGNA will be overripened. When
the pod splits, seeds are freshly ripe. Anyone else use this term with more

Little Rock, Arkansas, USDA Zone 7b
257 feet above sea level, Little Rock soils are often acid, sandy loam, rocky
average rainfall about 49 inches (more than 60" in '97, but less than 42"
in '98)
High humidity, moderate winters, hot summers; but conditions seesaw
Extreme recorded temps: HI 110 F, LO -13 F

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