No great heat is needed for these. In fact, the reverse is true. Start by placing pips or stones between pads of cotton-wool (which must be kept moist) in the refrigerator until shoots appear. Then plant in compost and treat in the usual way. (Cherry stones can be treated like this, too, but are less reliable.)
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