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Re: HYB:CULT: let's talk about seeds baby...


From what you describe it seems as though I may have harvested my seeds only
a few days early as opposed to the couple of weeks that I thought.  But I am
absolutely blown out of the water by the idea that the seeds remain white
until the pod opens.
Why, that would even seem to suggest that they only get brown as a reaction
to oxygen.  I had a view hole in my pods and I was attributing the browning
to sunburn.   Hmmm,  still leaves me absolutely no idea whether mine should
be soaked or what.......

Wishing for a cut away window in the side of my seeds so I can see what's
going on.

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