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    What about dormancy? should i make them go dormant this winter? if their germination takes 4 weeks it will be 4 weeks until winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Snugulz @ July 22 2004,2:45)]Anyway, I just took all the seeds that grew this year and placed them on top of a mix of peat moss and perlite, kept the soil constantly moist, and they are just now starting to pop up (about 3-4 weeks).

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    what about my dormancy question?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Amateur_Expert @ July 22 2004,3:42)]what about my dormancy question?
    What about it?


    lol, j/k. They don't HAVE to have dormancy, actually i suggest against it in this case becuse you may end up killing the seedlings b/c they are just being hatched. I say skip the dormancy this year, but do one NEXT year.
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    From what I understand, you're only supposed to do a dormancy session after they've matured a year. I would suppose that dormancy for sprouts would damage, or maybe even kill them. I could be wrong though, as I'm just judging that based on experience I've had with other non-CP plants that sprouted way too late, and ended up croaking once the cold came.
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