Starting Bonsai Tamarind Trees from Seeds Part 1 | mikbonsai

Starting Bonsai Tamarind Trees from Seeds Part 1 | mikbonsai
I am starting to grow Bonsai Tamarind trees from seed. The method I am using is to take half a liter of water and add to it a capful of hydrogen peroxide 3 percent strength. Transfer some solution into a glass and drop the seeds in the solution. The solution gets dirty as the husks start to dissolved and needs to be changed every few days. In about ten days most of the husks will have dissolved and any remaining bits can be easily removed by hand. The seeds will now have the same appearance as Hazel Nuts. Part 2 follows.

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