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Re: Seed Project

At 12:25 PM 12/15/1999 , you wrote:
>Hi, Cindi,
>I have NOT forgotten to report about my results with the seed you sent me,
>but there wasn't anything to report. I planted them on 1. September with some
>own seed (P. sidoides). Unfortunately nothing except P. sidoides germinated
>(until now). I treated them all in the same way, so I am really confused
>about not having the smallest success with your seed. Could it take such a
>long time? And what about the other participants?

Hi Astrid,
              I will soon be trying to grow pels from seed. Did you use any
procedures to grow your seeds. Would you please share them with me?

         Many thanks
Ronald Leger,
Bedford, Qc, Zone 5
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