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growing seeds found in seedless concord grapes?

Posted by chemocurl zone 5/6 S IN (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 4, 08 at 11:21

I have seedless concord grapes. One in about 100-200 grapes or so will have what looks like one mature seed in it. There are others that have what appears to be partially grown seeds, and again, only one per grape, and only one in about 100-200. (I loose track when I am grazing)

If I plant these (I have 2 saved) do you think they will grow? If they do grow, do you think they will be seeded, seedless, maybe something in between, or maybe even just vines that will never produce any fruit?

tia

Sue


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RE: growing seeds found in seedless concord grapes?

I have planted things from store bought food- peppers, oranges, grapefruit, lemons, watermelon, etc. The peppers actually have turned out great- wonderfully sweet, and for now, everything else has grown (just waiting for them to mature to see how it turns out). From what I hear, you never know what you will get from the seed- but it will most likely grow. All mine have. Give it a try. Might turn out well for you!


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