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Propagation: starting rubus probus aka atherton raspberry

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sharna
Titusville, FL

December 27, 2011
3:04 AM

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I have warm 80 degree stratified for 2 months, now in the fridge for 3 months. From what I read I will use milled
sphagnum moss IF I can find it. Small quantities and will bottom water and plant very shallow as these are tiny
seeds. So far my searches only come up with the long strand sphagnum.
Any comments as to the plan? I have a friend who bottom waters and uses half and half 3% peroxide and water
to top spray and has no damping off. I however had 20 seeds mold in warm stratification in a paper towel moistened
with the same mix.
I may buy more seeds if these do not work out or even if as I understand they have some fairly wide range of size
and quality and color fruits. Would like to go for 2 best selections. Anyone out there growing these from seed or
in the States that could provide plants?

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