Avocado 3 Pit Germination Holder

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Avocado 3 Pit Germination Holder by rickf78 Feb 23, 2013
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Fits a round takeaway container or tupperware dish with a slight taper and a dia of 106mm


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great idea! no more sticking 3 toothpics in the sides of the avocado anymore.

Just one question, once the avocado has sprouted, what am I supposed to do with it? I live in NJ!

This is my first attempt at growing an avocado tree so I'm not much of an expert on the matter. I got some very helpful info from http://www.thehungrymouse.com/2009/09/09/how-to-grow-an-avocado-tree-from-an-avocado-pit/http://www.thehungrymouse.com/...
Hope this helps

thanks for the link. Evidently you either have to graft fruit bearing stems onto your tree, but this is also refuted as some say that it takes 7 years or so for it to bear fruit. The good news is that the avocado tree will sign a prenuptial : )