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Grow Hundreds of Elderberry plants in 1020 trays

Grow Hundreds of Elderberry Plants for under $10

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This video shows how I grew hundreds of elderberry plants in 1 1020 tray over the winter. They were grown from seeds & were in the fridge for 6 months! They grew in the tray inside under a Kingbo LED light. I just transferred them to new pots outside in the greenhouse.

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How to Grow Hundreds of Goji Berry Plants For Under $10

Growing Goji Berry Plants easily

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This video shows the process of growing Goji berry plants from seeds. I bought these seeds for about $5 from Sheffields Seed Co. online.

It has probably cost about another $5 for compost & materials.

1. Soak the Goji berry seeds for 12 hours.
2. Plant those seeds in a 1020 tray with no holes.
3. When they get to about an inch tall I will transport them to bigger pots.

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How To Grow Hundreds of Seaberry Plants For Under $10.

Growing Seaberry Plants from Seed.

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This video shows the process of growing Seaberry Plants from Seed for under $10.

1. Soak in water for 24 hours
2. Put seeds in a damp paper towel in a plastic baggie in the fridge for 90 days.
3. Plant seeds in a 1020 tray, I grew under my Kingbo LED grow lights for a few weeks, then transferred to a larger pot.

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Elderberry

How to Grow Hundreds of Elderberry Plants for a few bucks.

How to grow hundreds of Elderberry plants in two square feet.

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This video shows how I grew hundreds of elderberry plants in 1x 1020 tray over the winter. They were grown from seeds & were in the fridge for 6 months! After stratification, I spread out the seeds onto a 1020 tray & then grew them under a Kingbo LED light for about a month. When they grew to about 1/2″ I was able to transfer them to new pots outside in the greenhouse. In all, Elderberry was pretty easy to grow, about 85%+ of the Elderberry seeds germinated even though the paper towel was all moldy. I’ve planned to make a hedge of Elderberry around the property & then utilize the stock to create softwood cuttings in my propagation bed.


You can purchase the same Elderberry seeds from Sheffields here: https://sheffields.com/seeds-for-sale/Sambucus/nigra///////1347/Common-Elder,-European-Elder,-Black-Elderberry/Common-Elder,-European-Elder,-Black-Elderberry


Some facts about Elderberry:
Sambucus Nigra
Growing Information:
Can grow to about 12-15ft, fast growing, produces fruit after a year.

Scarification: Soak in hot tap water, let stand in water for 24 hours.
Stratification: warm stratify for 60 days, cold stratify (fridge, paper towel) for 150 days.
Germination: sow seed 1/4″ deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed.

~300 Elderberry plants for about $10.