seed germination

Jiri Tyl drist at turbo.cz
Mon Feb 28 05:34:57 EST 2000


You can germinate citrus seeds very easy. Prepare soil from one third of
soil, one third of sand and one third of peat. Set seed immediately
after extraction from fruits. Keep them in warm. Seeds germinate after
one month. Don't await a blossom sooner then after many years. Citrus
trees must be graft with cultured grafts. Many idle trees will bloom
never. Grafted trees bloom and bring first fruits after two years.

If you are interested in more informations about citrus trees, you can
contact me via email.

Drist

> My name is Lars Walker.  I would like to germinate orange, lime, lemon
> and avacado seeds from the fruits that I can buy at the store.  Could
> you please send me some information on how I could do this or if it is
> possible.  It would be greatly appricieated.  Thankyou,.FROM:
> ghamousa at hotmail.com
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