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  • #16
    I always start them the same way and time as I do tomatoes: on a seedling heat mat with a covered dome on them. Just planted some last week and they're about an inch or so tall. Warm and humid. I had about 90% germination.

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    • #17
      Guess I have bad seed. : ( I'll keep trying, thanks!

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      • #18
        the first ones I planted took 4 to 5 weeks to come up, the fresh seeds that I got from my plants took 4 days to come up
        if you want the aunt molly's ground cherries I can send some to you, I have lots of fresh seeds now, but I am sure many other people others do as well, PM me with your address and I will send you some.I have 5 or so other kinds but only enough seeds to send out to one person only one of the other kinds, but I don't know it's name, it was at a street market in paru and smelled better and was larger, but was not as tasty as the aunt molly's kind

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        • #19
          I've been wondering what diseases or environmental conditions would cause my ground cherries to die off. My plants this year ended up looking just like squash with bacterial wilt. Any thoughts?

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          • #20
            mine have done that in the end of fall,
            I assume it is some sort of mold,
            it has never killed my plants before,

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