[nafex] Apple Seed Growth

victoria l. caron vicaron at gis.net
Mon Mar 12 07:58:50 EST 2001


Hi - me again, catching up after being gone for a week.... Tom, I've
grown apple seedlings several times, anywhere up to 100+ some years.
Something about that hook looks familiar. I have yet to plant my seeds
this year, they are sprouting in the frig! I'm thinking that the 'hook'
is the terminal laying sidewise from being encapsulated and will turn up
and grow as soon as it can orient itself. That is what my picture memory
is suggesting. If we don't hear anything more professional from this,
I'll be sure to monitor my seedlings and do some macro photos in
sequence so we can have some evidence for logical conclusions. OK? (I've
obviously not quite recovered from cabin fever and think I could have
used a longer vacation). ................vic



Tom Olenio wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Does anyone have experience with apple seeds, I have none.
>
> As I mentioned in an earlier post I stratified some apple seeds in the
> fridge and when one have a root long enough I planted it in soil with
> some myco fungi.  When I first posted about it it was a 2 inch sprout.
>
> Withing the past day it has begun to open the leaves at the top of
> stem and grew another quarter inch taller.
>
> My question is a hook like growth that is emerging faster that the
> first leaves are opening.  Here is a diagram of how it looked and now
> looks;
>
>                                [Image]
>
> I have grown lots of tomato seeds and other vegetables, but none had
> this fast emerging hook.
>
> Does anyone recognize it?
>
> Thanks,
> Tom
>
> --
> Thomas Olenio
> Ontario, Canada
> Hardiness Zone 6a
>


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