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blue grapes

Posted by clairdo2 3 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 6, 12 at 16:44

I planted blue grape seeds from grapes that i ate last year.There is a plant growing but i'm not sure if it's the grapes. The leaves are dull . I'll try to post a picture of it later.

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RE: blue grapes

The leaves of the plant came from grape seed is unmistakable (if you mean it is a plant of grapes).
- Please note, however, may not necessarily be what you have sown, I do not know how to lead your nursery, but if you were strolling along, last year, and you spit a seed of another variety may be the one that is born.
At my dunghill born different types of vines from seed every year.
- A more remote possibility is that is a hybrid, especially if you keep several species compatible pollination.
- There are systems (sophisticated) of controlled pollination, and soil sterilization which provide more certainty on the variety (or on hybrids) preparations.
-- Reproduction from seed is still a bet (also if interesting), sons may be are not as the parents; in order to have results selectable professionals sow thousands of seeds, and then make choices.

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