I'm sure an expert will respond, but I don't know how to keep loquat seeds
from sprouting. I spend a great deal of time yanking up the babies where
they sprout en masse, just lying on the ground.......... I'm sure there is
no way to fail if you just stuck them in some dirt.
Loquat seeds, like most sub and tropical fruits, do not require drying or
any chilling. In fact if you really dried them they may be infertile. Eat
the fruit - plant the seeds.
HTH -_- how
No "NEWS" is good.
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