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[PHOTO] Cult: Germination - Seed Burrito

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Cult: Germination - Seed Burrito
  • From: cathycampi@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 02:22:15 EST

I allowed the seeds to dry and then gave them the toilet treatment in panty hose. The seeds were then wrapped in black plastic burritos and placed in the meat compartment of the 'fridge for four and a half months. ( procrastination not planning)

The picture shows this might be too long because its hard to get the lengthy root system out of the paper towel!!!

So far about 84% of seeds show germination. Now that I understand which end of the seed sprouts I am going to stratify some and put back in the Refrigerator.

Cathy Campi, Stockton Ca.Zone 9+,no frost,some bloom,manymany weeds...

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