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goldie77
My. Waverley
Australia

August 23, 2010
2:52 PM

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Hi . I read about the fermenting process and also the notes about sprouting . I just separate the seed from the pulp by using a small pointed knife onto a paper tissue and just let dry . I get nye on 100% strike after they are kept in an airtight tin until September . I plant one seed in a polystyrine coffee cup , so there is no transplant shock .. When large enough I make certain the soil is damp ( not wet ) , cut the bottom off , place in the hole and with a sharp knife slit up both sides of the cup , remove and carefully back fill . Laurie Thompson

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