Hi Everybody. I am new here and I am a retired B.T. engineer and I have plenty of time to experiment with citrus fruit seeds & other things. I do not know if the following is widely known: I have discovered that I can get a citrus fruit seed to germinate quicker if I take off the inner brown skin as well. The seed will germinate within three days. If you remove the inner skin the seed is then very fragile. However, if you should happen to break the seed in half by accident, it will sometimes produce two plants/seedlings. I can get 100% sucess sometimes either way, with the whole seed or the two halves. I had one Seville orange seed that produced four seedlings. It was a very big seed. They are now 30Cm high & I have planted them out in plastic bags designed for seedlings or young trees! I am wondering what to do with all my citrus trees now. I have approx 60 seedlings/saplings of lemon, Seville orange, Thai orange, limes & the large 'soume 'o' (very big Thai orange). I have already given some away to friends & family. Any comments please?