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  1. 1992-06-19 Comments about sending seeds to ECHO.
  2. 1992-06-19 Information about obtaining Plant Import Permits for the USA.
  3. 1995-03-19 Carambola will not come true from seed.
  4. 1996-04-19 A method for extending the viability of neem seed.
  5. 1996-01-19 Information about onion seed germination in the tropics.
  6. 1999-03-19 This is a good example of how quickly seeds can multiply. “Of the 8 seeds that were sent 4 were planted in a placewhere sunlight was restricted to about 4 hours a day. These gave very few pods. The 4 others got more sunlight and we got a harvest of 185 seeds so far. We have planted 160 of these...
  7. 1999-07-19 Suggestions for providing seeds to farmers after disasters.
  8. 2000-03-20 Potatoes do produce seeds, so to help distinguish these from "seed potatoes" the seeds are called "true potato seeds" (TPS). It takes only 160 grams of TPS to seed one hectare (2.3 ounces/acre) and half that amount if seeds are used for transplants. That compares with over 2,000 pounds/acre of...
  9. 2001-10-20 Cranberry hibiscusisone of the most striking and colorful plants in the “edible landscape” section at ECHO.
  10. 2015-01-20 Sorghum is primarily self-pollinated, meaning that a sorghum plant will accept pollen from its own flowers. Sorghum can also accept pollen from other sorghum plants (cross-pollination) by means of wind or insect transfer. Cultivated sorghum is generally cross-pollinated between 2 and 10%, with...