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90 of my Hosta crosses yielded 1-5 filled seeds.  As last year I 
putted these in a tube with 1ml water to save space and soil on 
non germinating seed lots. Of these, after 30 days,  63 tubes 
showed germination and have been potted up ( Just thrown out of 
the tube). I do have the impression that this way I get a higher 
germination percentage too. Several of the nongerminators have 
milky water This suggest that in these cases the food is there but 
the embryo if any does not germinate 
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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