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picture of my mango seed

Posted by sanketi ga (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 20, 07 at 14:08

I tried to germinate and grow a mango from seed ..taking directions from this forum i seem to have germinated it concern..i put the seed in the pot on march 26th horizontally with just a bit of the rounded edge peeking out. nothing happened for a month i dug it out to has grown roots on one side and i am hoping it is the stem on the question is i plant it vertically now so i can see the stem..?

also when do you all think i can see some leaves on it..?

here are some pics

i am not able to hyperlink it...please copy and paste to see the pics..sorry new at all this.

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RE: picture of my mango seed

I don't think you need to reposition the seed. The stem should find its way to the surface without repositioning.

But looking at the photos, I think you could successfully reposition the seed to a vertical alignment. Leave the seed about half to 2/3rds buried with the roots on the bottom.

So any idea what type of mango it is?

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