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Is this a blueberry?

comments (2) October 3rd, 2012 in gallery
molaberry molaberry, member
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Seeds extracted from frozen blueberry were seeded on July 29 2012.

4 days after seedling, some sporouts were visible and the pictures shown are taken today.

I wonder this is a blueberry or not.

Thank you very much.



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molaberry writes: Thank you, Reis.
I found this is a Solanum nigrum.
Flowers and leaves are very similar.
I don't know why Solanum nigrum is arised besides of blueberry,haha..
Posted: 11:19 pm on October 16th
Antonio_Reis writes: Hello molaberry. Our senior editor Danielle Sherry says this most definitely is not a blueberry. She suspects it to be an eggplant, actually. Posted: 7:56 am on October 8th
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