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Re: Seed Germination

In a message dated 3/3/99 10:16:57 PM Mountain Standard Time, StellrJ@aol.com

<< Speaking of germination, I am working on some seeds which were sold as
 of Kenya."  To judge by the picture, it is obviously a Zantedeschia, most
 likely Z. elliottiana.  I first soaked them for several days until they
 softened a bit, then placed them in a pot on top of the refrigerator, with a
 tray underneath so I could bottom-water.  Will this work, and how long will
 Jason Hernandez
 Naturalist-at-Large >>
No Idea. But this is a sort  of information I am seeking. Thanks    George

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