Sunday, April 30, 2017


witht he weather staying above frosty lows at night and may around the corner it is time to look towards i gathered the hydrogen peroxide, distilled water, brown paper towels, baggies, a box, and the seeds and started...i put zea mays parvaglumis in to soak for twenty minutes in a 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide firstand, after the requisite time, transferred them to dampened paper towels and into a baggie...then i dug into the freezer and took out a dozen of my dwindling supply of northern tepehuam teosinte seeds and repeated the entire process...i did not grow this variety last season, however it has a much shorter season than the other and i may be able to harvest viable seed if the weather cooperates in the autumn..into a box to germinate...ther may be planting in a week or two.

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