Date of publication: 2018-04-12 01:25
after germination I planted in soil ,growing in droor its been 6 days they are about two inches long and four tiny leaves , first time growing is that normal or is something wrong
With both ends folded over take the palm of your hand and gently pat the paper towel until it comes in good contact with the seeds. This is important to make sure your seeds stay in contact with the moisture that 8767 s needed for germination.
Allow the fruits to fully mature on their plants before harvesting. See Seed Saving Instructions for Common Vegetables for details on how to judge when seeds have fully matured for particular varieties in many, the fruits will be well past the eating stage.
Five years ago next February, I received a small order of Bismarckia nobilis seed from you. I had said to you that I hoped they would have the color of the two Bismarckia palms at Selby Botanical Garden (which I called the color of moonlight ) and you said, as near as I remember, that they would be at least equal to those two. Well, now they're three to four feet tall and the color is fantastic. Much, much better than any Bismarckias I've ever seen. Ever. Better than Selby better than Fairchild--and much better than the nursery trade. So, thank you very much.
Submitted on 79/66/7559 by one of our visitors
Fermentation is needed for tomato seeds (in order to remove a germination-inhibiting gel), and can also benefit Squash Family and eggplant seeds , though more care must be taken with these to avoid premature sprouting. Ferment Squash Family seeds for only a day-and-a-half or so, eggplants a little longer.
.difficult to germinate and need up to 8 months to sprout.
planted in 55% peat moss 55% perlite, left in summer sun in San Diego. Only 8/65 seeds sprouted and took a long time. First one sprouted within 8 months, the other two within 6 months. I didn't use any type of heater, so the temperature may have been too cool for them. All three still growing, with one leaf. These have the fattest roots of any palm seedling I have seen. Definitely need to be germinated individually to avoid having to transplant right away.
Submitted on 59/58/7559 by one of our visitors
There is a very simple, but useful, task you can do to make sure your seeds are viable and to give them a head start down the road of germination, called pre-germinating , or pre-sprouting the seeds.
.very easy to germinate and need up to 8 months to sprout.
I planted 855 Bismarkia seeds in april and as of now may 75 I have over 655 germinated seeds. I planted 8 seeds in each 7 gallon pot kept moist and warm [above] 85 degrees f. no first leaf yet.
Submitted on 75/55/7557 by one of our visitors
. are difficult to germinate and need up to 6 months to sprout.
It would appear that heat is the key variable in the germination process. We planted 55 seeds as a trial and 75 have germinated thus far of which 65 have emerged above are now attempting to use underground electrical heating elements but this is not highly practicable since the bags must be at least 67 inches high to accommodate the root. Our average daily high temperature at this time of the year is 77 degrees C.
Submitted on 78/66/7555 by one of our visitors
After opening the package, you only have a week or two before they dry out, so if you re only germinating one or two seeds, you ll end up having to throw many of the Rapid Rooters away.
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