Dear Ecolog-Listers:

I am trying to help a student  germinate seeds of *Cercis canadensi*s,
Eastern redbud. Our sources seem to indicate that a combination of removal
of the seed coat (= scarification) on a solution of sulfuric acid for 30
minutes followed by storage in cold (= stratification) at 4 degrees Celsius
for ca. 1 month yields highest germination. Has anyone tried this (or other
method) recently and can confirm the success (or failure)?

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Thank you.



Jorge A. Santiago-Blay, PhD

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