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Harvest basil seeds

clupus

Origin: Stuttgart
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Harvest basil seeds

 ·  Posted: August 12, 2011 - 1:30 p.m. # 1

Hello everybody,

I have sown some Basikikum plants with them and now I am really excited about how well they come out. As the plants are currently in bloom, I would like to harvest the seeds soon and keep them for next year.

I've already found the seeds for chives and dill, but I've had bad luck with basil so far. Either he's not there yet, I don't see him, or he's not coming at all.

My plant looks like in the picture. What do you all mean? Am I late / early or just blind?

MfG and thanks
Christian

Starletfever

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Re: harvest basil seeds

 ·  Posted: August 12, 2011 - 1:42 pm # 2

once curled up where the seeds are. The seed coats must be reasonably dry and the seeds brown before you take them off.
It worked great for me with my own basil seeds and great robust plants grew out of them.

Flower power

Origin: On the Swabian Alp
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Re: harvest basil seeds

 ·  Posted: June 20, 2012 - 9:03 pm # 3

Hello,
once a question can basil only be propagated by seeds? I just accidentally tore off 2 shoots from my slightly crippled basil
Well, that can also be done with cuttings or only with the seeds? (oh, the plant was bought and not grown yourself)

clupus

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Re: harvest basil seeds

 ·  Posted: June 24th, 2012 - 11:59 pm # 4

You can try it, but I don't know if it will work. With a little luck ...

Nevertheless, I would open a separate topic for the question, otherwise nobody who is familiar with it will find it.

Christian

Gudrun

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Flower power

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Re: harvest basil seeds

 ·  Posted: 06/26/2012 - 1:58 pm # 6

Great thanks O :)

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