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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadalot View Post
    I've been in the process of fermenting tomato seeds in egg cups but one batch decided to start sprouting roots
    That has never happened to me until this year...I left them a bit long 4 days but it was very hot in the kitchen! I use paper cups filled to the top with water.

    I'll put you done for those two.

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    Can all grapes that have managed to save seed give me your final varieties so that I can update the lists, if you haven't managed to save anything could you also let me know.
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    I have Berkeley Tie-Dye, Blush and some (not many) Red Buffalo Horn. All dried and ready to be packaged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlet View Post
    That has never happened to me until this year...
    oh, I think sooner or later it happens to everyone It happened to me this year with a large batch of Gelbe Konigin seeds, and as I've got plenty of those every year it wasn't a tragedy.

    But if it happened with a variety I really need to save, I would still go ahead and dry the whole lot - not for passing them on of course but there's always the odd one that germinates later, and so there might still be some viable ones among the sprouted seeds. I'd still give them a try the following year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparrow100 View Post
    I have Berkeley Tie-Dye, Blush and some (not many) Red Buffalo Horn. All dried and ready to be packaged.
    I ate a red buffalo horn last night...I scraped the lovely juicy bits out and chucked them in a cup. Again, there's not many (I saved some a few weeks back too) but there should be enough to go around. Just put smaller number of seeds in each bag?

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    as promised, Summer Cider and Red Zebra.

    Looking forward to a parcel.
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    Thanks Mark...scarlet rushes off to update the list

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