4993Re: Persimmon propagation
- Apr 25, 2010Im not sure if anyone alse wrote this, y
you mentioned it being dry so maybe this could help too.
I have found a terarium to work for starting seeds,
any aqarium sealed I cut A piece of cardboard, ,
and line it with a platic garbage bag
to hold in the humidity while they are in pots.
(Im not sure you you need to,
but I even add water out side the pots)
but I even use a plasic Grocery bag
puffed out not wrapped up for building up humidity.
I have even went as far as fermenting wine inside the aquarium.
(In a glass gallon size jar)
Uncovering it at night IS what I do,
I also use soil thats not to pasty,
(it acts different in pots)
Some decaying leaf matter from a forest floor may be useful.
--- In email@example.com, Organic Life <Brave.life.earth@...> wrote:
> thank you for your many great suggestions...I appreciate all of you...the
> seeds have gone through wintering and also they have been kept moist...here
> in Texas we get lots of dry spells...of which I think this tiny wild
> persimmon is adapted to...but I have tried to keep it moist and also have
> conditions of its original habitat...i did allow some of the seeds to relish
> in the flesh of the fruits and decay as well...hopefully soon some little
> sprouts will become available for me...take care
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