Filed under: dictionary,flora — WmX @ 08:35

sprouting acorns, the recalcitrant seed
At this time we conclude that slight browning of newly-sprouted radicles should be ignored for planting acorns. Intentionally trimming the radicles may alter root morphology, while severe trimming will lead to sure failure of emergence.–University of California

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  1. “Severe trimming will lead to sure failure of emergence.”–University of California

    I want to go to school there. So much to learn from Radides!

    Comment by Jim — 2012/11/27 @ 14:38

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