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How to properly germinate Canary Island Seeds CIDPs

Posted by miketheaggie South Texas (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 25, 12 at 20:07

Hello all,
I am a young guy in college, huge fan of the CIDP's and our 2 monsters were trimmed and I saved the dates on the bushel.

They are really ripe and were about 1 week away from dropping so I decided to let them ripe some more on the vine.

I have had the bushels inside a 55 gallon drum soaking in water which is changed every other day, for the past 4 days.

My question is that I have seen posts on various websites that say to remove the flesh, but It seems like every time I peel the flesh off I take out a vein that runs down the center of the seed which leaves it looking funny (almost like a de-veined shrimp.

Am I doing this correctly or should I just throw the orange seeds in a bucket after soaking for a week or so?

Any help would be great!!!!


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RE: How to properly germinate Canary Island Seeds CIDPs

Would help if we knew what CIDPS were.


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RE: How to properly germinate Canary Island Seeds CIDPs

  • Posted by ornata London UK (8/9%3F) (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 25, 12 at 10:13

Canary Island Date Palms?

Maybe check over on the Palm forum.


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