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Old April 13, 2019   #29
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Just reporting that I had good germination on all four of the True North varieties. Most were popping up on day 6 in starting mix. All but one seed was up by day 10. (Now it's day 14.)

Midnight Sun 5/5, - first, most uniform germination
True Colors 5/5 - most variable times, 3 slower
Polaris 5/5 - 2 slower
Taiga 4/5 - 2 fast, 2 slow pokes


The first true leaves are now about 1/4 long for the older seedlings and they need to be transplanted to individual quarters, but our recent snow storm wiped out my foot path to my greenhouse where I prefer to do messy dirt work, so they'll have to be patient and wait a couple of days.
What a fabulous report! Makes me feel so good!
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