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HYB:seedlings up in Oz

Hi all,
You may remember a mailing a couple of weeks back, when I planted my TB 
seeds. They had spent 8 weeks in damp peat moss in the fridge, after 
being soaked for 3 days. I then planted seeds from each cross into seed 
raising mix in 6" pots. Well, they are coming up like crazy. On sunday 
morning I noticed the first one through. I had to keep checking and by 
2.00 pm there were 9. Got home about 6.00 today and went straight to my 
shade house to check, and there are now 19 little plants poking through. 
I think I'll have them in my 'seedling nursery' well before spring. You 
may not be able to tell, but I'm VERRRRRY excited. 
Needless to say, none of the control pots, of unstratified seeds are 
showing activity yet.
Jan Clark, jumping up and down with excitement.

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