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Re: Fall seeds
  • Subject: Re: Fall seeds
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Nov 2013 06:53:54 -0500

The theory is that the water soluble inhibitors are formed as the seed dries, so shouldn't need soaking if planted when fresh.

Golden Immortal is a pretty reliable rebloomer here in east TN too.

On 11/29/2013 5:33 AM, sdayres2@aol.com wrote:
I have seeds that I crossed in September.  I want to plant them.  Should I
soak for 10 days like I do the dried seeds from the spring?   The stalk should
have frozen this week so I doubt if the seeds will get bigger.  I think it has
been 8-9 weeks.   The seeds are crossed between Starring and Golden Immortal.
Both are reliable rebloomers in southern NM.


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