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Re: HYB: pods (and welcome)


Griff, you probably don't wear stockings, but if you have a source for them, you can cut off the foot portion and slip it over the pod  (tie with twistie) to insure no losses
  when they ripen
                                         Pat in Dallas

"J. Griffin Crump" <jgcrump@cox.net> wrote:
  That's the way it is here, too, Linda. I harvested six pods last Saturday 
and Sunday, all SDBs and all of which were already split. Was picking seeds 
out of the mud, but maybe didn't lose any. The critters would have drowned 
trying to get at them to eat them. Seriously, the new box beds really 
proved their worth in standing up above the accumulated water. So far, all 
bee pods have turned out to be empty. -- Griff

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Linda Mann" 
To: "iris- talk" 
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2006 7:55 AM
Subject: [iris] HYB: pods (and welcome)


>I found seed pods ripe and splitting open this morning! This year has
> totally gotten away from me. 8 weeks is a little fast for pods to
> finish here. I haven't started 'riding the fence line' every day to
> check on them, but I guess it's time.
>
> Now to decide whether or not I'm going to try to get early germination
> out of any of these....
>
> Welcome to the group, Dee. As Anner says, busy time of year.
>
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