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quaman58

I have a limited number of one or two year old "sprouts" that continue to pop up where I've tossed seeds. Seemed like a good idea at the time. PM me if interested; local pick only in S.D. area.

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Cindy Adair

What a nice offer. Too bad I can't get there anytime soon or I'd dig a few!

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JubaeaMan138

Do u have the jubaea seedlings I would love to take them if you still have them

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CodyORB

Tell me your secrets to having those picky beasts pop up wherever you "tossed" them!

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quaman58

It seems to be just a consistently moist soil that does it; I have fairly heavy clay, so if it's in a protected area, it'll never dry out. Takes several months generally to germinate. 

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CodyORB
On 6/30/2020 at 12:39 AM, quaman58 said:

It seems to be just a consistently moist soil that does it; I have fairly heavy clay, so if it's in a protected area, it'll never dry out. Takes several months generally to germinate. 

No fungal issues either? :blink:

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quaman58

No. Funny, I was thinking the other day that the harder I try (for seeds that are super important to me), the worse results I get. The ones I don't really care much about seem to do just fine. ;)

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