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Old 02-17-2011, 09:26 AM   #101 (permalink)
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Passiflora Edulis sims will fruit first year from seed.This plant is one year from seed.

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Old 03-02-2011, 02:45 PM   #105 (permalink)
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Bravo! How are mollissimas doing?
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I sprouted 30 or more and only have 3 that made it.They need constant shade until established.
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Old 03-05-2011, 10:01 AM   #107 (permalink)
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I sprouted 30 or more and only have 3 that made it.They need constant shade until established.
I have noticed similar. I give my Mollissima seedlings only morning sun until about 10am, and they do fine. Also, it seems that it depends on the age of the seed greatly, as some of the seeds that were about 6 months old had 0% germ rate, whereas the ones that I planted from freshly dried fruit germ'ed at about 75%.
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I have noticed similar. I give my Mollissima seedlings only morning sun until about 10am, and they do fine. Also, it seems that it depends on the age of the seed greatly, as some of the seeds that were about 6 months old had 0% germ rate, whereas the ones that I planted from freshly dried fruit germ'ed at about 75%.
This is Passiflora tripartita var. mollissima grown from my seed.The seedlings sprout easily and do great and then just die. Shade helps but I still loose most.
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This is Passiflora tripartita var. mollissima grown from my seed.The seedlings sprout easily and do great and then just die. Shade helps but I still loose most.
Tony, I am curious if you've ever tried Coir for your seedlings. The reason being is that I have noticed that Mollissima, Foetida, Malformis, and Morifolia have suffered from damping off easily with organic soils, even with lots of perlite. But - with Coir, I have eluded that issue, allowing them to slightly dry out. I think when we get more cool days and humid times down here, I see it happen more often. Especially right now.
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Tony, I am curious if you've ever tried Coir for your seedlings. The reason being is that I have noticed that Mollissima, Foetida, Malformis, and Morifolia have suffered from damping off easily with organic soils, even with lots of perlite. But - with Coir, I have eluded that issue, allowing them to slightly dry out. I think when we get more cool days and humid times down here, I see it happen more often. Especially right now.
Yes I use coir or peat. I have had seedlings damp off ,keeping them to wet.I don't think that is the problem with these. Their not rotting at the soil line.
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Banana Passion Fruit-Mollissima.

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Got seed. You can grow this one.Cut it back and over winter in Greenhouse put it out in spring.5gal. container is large enough to get fruit
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