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Re: bananas... are they on the way out?


What is the washington naval orange? Is it just the official name of the ubiquitous naval orange? I have occasionally noticed seeds in them...assume that they either don't germinate or do not come true to seed?
Cathy

On Saturday, January 25, 2003, at 06:44 AM, Island Jim wrote:
there was an interesting article in the new york time last week about the source and survival of the washington navel orange. since it truly can't be hybridized, i would think it would be closer to being doomed that the banana would be.
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