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Afrocarpus falcatus germination

Posted by fairfield8619 8 N La. (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 18, 11 at 22:31

I just received some seeds From SA and all the info says to remove the fleshy covering. Aparently I think it has already been done because all I see is the hard covering with tubercles. Do I need to just soak them then plant them? I broke one open and it seems fresh- still moist and light colored and sort of the texture of a nut. One site said to soak them in saltwater first. I would be grateful if anyone could help me.

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RE: Afrocarpus falcatus germination

you'll find more infomation on the SANBI's website under podocarpus falcatus. good luck! I"d be interested to hear how it turns out -- never tried it myself.

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