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I have some black sapote, chocolate persimmon, seeds!

 
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I have some black sapote seeds and while I was reading about germination, it was said by a few people that these have to be days fresh in order to germinate.

Does anyone have any experience germinating chocolate persimmon?
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If you have the source tree, don't mow around it and you will have lots of 2' saplings to transplant next year. I have not intentionally planted persimmon due to my dislike of mowing
 
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