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50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World
50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit - Seed World

50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed grapefruit

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50 Grapes Bush Seeds Mixed Vine Vitis Vinifera Delicious Fresh Fruit Garden

Climate: Tropical
Watering: Medium
Soil pH: Neutral 5.5 - 6
Season of Interest: Autumn
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Soil Type: peat, sand
Foliage: Evergreen

Make sure that the seeds are viable.

  1. Gently squeeze the bone between your fingers. Healthy bones are firm to the touch.
  2. Look at her color Under the shell of a healthy bone you can see pale gray or white endosperm.
  3. Put the bones into the water. Healthy viable bones will drown if you put them in a bowl of water. Discard the bones that float on the surface 24 hours after immersion.

 Prepare seeds for planting

1. Prepare the bones. Take viable bones and rinse thoroughly to remove the remaining pulp and other substances. Soak them in a small amount of distilled water for a day.

2. Stratify (bundle) bones. Most seeds need cold and damp to start the germination process. In nature, this happens when the bones sit out the winter in the ground. You can simulate a similar condition through the delamination process. For grape seeds, the best time to start the delamination process is December (winter in the Northern hemisphere).

  •  Prepare to back for your bones. In a sealed plastic bag or similar container, pour soft, wet paper towels or sand, vermiculite, or moist peat moss. Peat moss is best suited because its anti-fungal properties help get rid of mold that harms seeds.
  • Put the seeds in the substrate. On top of pour another 1.25 cm soil mixture for seedlings.
  • Cool the bones. The ideal temperature for stratification is 1-3 ºC, so a refrigerator is ideal for this. Keep bones in it for two to three months. Don't let them freeze.

3. Plant the bones. In early spring, pull the bones out of the refrigerator and put them in pots filled with the good earth.

  • Each bone plant in a separate small pot or plant them in a large pot, but the distance between the bones should be about 4 cm.
  • Make sure the seeds get enough heat. So that they can grow, the daytime temperature should be about 20 ºC, and at night about 15 ºC.
  • To keep the temperature you need, store the pots in a greenhouse, or use heated mats.
  • Keep the soil moist but not wet. If the ground starts to dry up, spray it with water.
  • Watch your growth. To germinate, grape seeds require from 2 to 8 weeks.

 Prepare the Ground

Grapes need well-drained soil. If you have clay soil, add crushed compost, sand, and other additives to it to improve soil drainage. You can also make a high bed, covered with good sandy loam mixed with compost.

 Note:

  1. Please seeds stored in a cool, dry place.
  2. The volume of the soil should keep a distance of 1-2cm from the rim of the pot
  3. No need to water too often, keep the soil moderately moist
  4. The color and brightness may differ a little for the difference of shooting facilities, computer display screens, or other factors. Your understanding is so appreciated.

Package Include: 50pcs  Grape Seeds