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how to grow ajwa date palm from seed?

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how to grow ajwa date from seed?

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When I do it (for medjools), I use a washcloth with cool water and lay the cleaned seeds in a closed (clear) container until it sprouts, once that happens, Plant it in a small growing pot, and water when the soil is no longer moist an inch from the top. Then keep upgrading its pot until you want to plant it I guess.

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