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Re: [pfaf] Germinating hazels in leaves

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  • Geir Flatabø
    You just give it a try !!! I usually store and germinate them in Sphagnum - peat moss. If I had I would also infest the germinating nuts with
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 14, 2011
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      You just give it a try !!!

      I usually store and germinate them in Sphagnum - peat moss.

      If I had I would also infest the germinating nuts with truffles........

      Geir Flatabø

      2011/2/14 fran k <frank_bowman@...>:
      > Hello. Ive just swept up a lot of acer, sycamore leaves, and Im intending to put my hazel seeds in them to damp them and bring them on to germinate. Does anyone think this is ok. Re any negative  allelopathic effects that may prevent them coming on, etc?
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      > I normally dry all my seeds out and put them into moist compost in the spring, but Ive had great success over this winter with leaving my sweet chestnuts in the leaves I gathered with them.
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      > So I want to try this out with the hazels.
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      > But dont have any hazel leaves. Though I have acer. Just gathered up.
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      > What do you think?
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      >  Thanks. Frank
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