Growing an Avocado from Seed - 00b
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(Growing an Avocado from Seed - 00b) When we want to grow an avocado from the seed of a ripe avocado, it is important to be careful that the seed will not be damaged when cutting the avocado in half.  We begin by using a sharp knife to cut around the outer skin of the avocado to a depth of about 1/4 inch.  Then we use a table knife to gently cut through the rest of the avocado until we feel the inner seed, and then turn the avocado around the knife until we make a complete circle around the inner seed.  Then gently separate the two halves as shown in the photo.

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