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2 day germination!

Posted by tracydr 9b (My Page) on
Thu, May 20, 10 at 12:22

I bought some dark purple passionfruit from the store about a month ago and have kept it refrigerated. I finally got around to sticking it in some potting soil two days ago. Per someone's recommendation on GW, I cut the fruit in half and put the whole fruit in the ground. I guess the fruit provides enzymes to speed germination.
Went out this morning to water and to my surprise it has little sprouts! I guess it likes the hot weather we had the last couple of days.
Time to try germinating some pepper varieties outside without a heat mat, I think.


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RE: 2 day germination!

Cool!

I also germinated P. edulis from grocery store seeds - although I just planted them in soil --- germination was only a week though. next time I'll try / experiment with starting seeds that way. interesting concept.

How many seedlings did you get this way?


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