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September 17, 2012
11:04 PM

Post #9278498

hello everyone I would like to introduce myself

We have just received a huge shipment of these seeds. In our climate (humid) quite a few are just sprouting, before we get a chance to pot them.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to slow this process down? As you can see we have many and more on the way!! We bought the last remaining stock for this season. Panic
Thanks in advance.


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September 18, 2012
12:43 AM

Post #9278509

Wow. LOTS of nuts...
Maybe keep them cool? Would putting them in the fridge work?
Would this really slow their germination or even kill the nuts?
I am really not sure...

Or move really fast, hire some more people for a couple of days to pot them... but then, you also need to sell all these!

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