I have read that the non-astringent persimmon (DIOSPYROS KAKI) variery FUYUGAKI (FUYU) does not reproduce true to seed. I believe that this is correct, but is it really entirely impossible to end up with a reasonably close match using seeds from a good specimen? This delicious fruit can grow where I want to plant it but quarantine restrictions only allow seeds to be imported, not live plants. If I plant a dozen trees from seeds, what are the chances that one or two might turn up to be sweet non-astringent persimmons? whether or not genetically identical to the original, it would not matter. Can you please advise.