I have a single potato fruit that I collected this year and was planning to try to plant the seeds of this spring. Its been sitting out in my garage since fall and I just discovered that it us now dried up like a prune or a date. Its hard to tell what's seed and what's mushed up flakes of dried potato berry flesh.
What should I do? Are the seeds ruined? Should I just plant some fleshy clumps and see if seeds germinate? Is it too late to try to squish it up and soak it all in water?
Glad to hear that Joseph, I'll give that a try. I've got some .more of your potato seeds to plantt too, and 3 tubers from your potato seeds that I started two years ago. I love the variety and resilience I've gotten from true potato seed
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