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Re: (Fwd) Re: A. titanum

Several years ago Jim Symon entrusted me with some thirty odd seed of A. 
titanum to grow and to distribute. I just put them on ProMix BX in a clear 
shoe box and covered with Saran and every one of them grew and was 
distributed. I put them on a grow cart lighted table and with the warmth and 
light, all grew. I did not cover the seed with soil. Not too bad a percentage 
of success. These seeds had been stored for some time so they were not 
terribly fresh. I would presume that freshness could have some factor on the 
success rate. 

I think what I am saying is, these things are not too difficult to grow with 
a bit of patience, light and moisture, they do well. Good growing to all.

Betsy Feuerstein

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