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Re: Re:Tattoo


The amount of auger that is left on tc plants when they come out of the tube
has a lot to do with how they grow afterwards.

The plantlets that are rinsed very thoroughly, perform the best.
Those with excessive chemical residue, stay small and some continue to
develop multiple crowns that have no hope of maturing..

Dorie
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "michael shelton" <wilddog_202@yahoo.com>
To: <hosta-open@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2004 5:11 PM
Subject: Re:Tattoo


> Butch says; John you of all people should know that
> not all plants come through TC the same. Each cultivar
> probably has its own variablity range but after it
> comes out of a tube and is planted somewhere else then
> that particular plant is what its going to be. Running
> around your yard looking for a spot to plant a poor
> growing GE will not change what  that plant was
> directly out of TC. I'm not talking about throwing out
> off type plants because you can not see which GE will
> grow and which ones won't even after the first year
> out the tube.
>
>
> --- John Lanier <jlanier@yancey.main.nc.us> wrote:
>
> > Hello Andrew, I have Tattoo, and it is "growing", I
> > guess, but that's
> > all. On point to consider is that it is growing in
> > the same bed that the
> > "poorly" performing Great Expectations is in. Maybe
> > I should move it to
> > a spot adjacent to the other Great Expectations.
> > Good luck,
> > John Lanier
> > -- 
> >
> > MissVitro Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory
> > John and Laura Lanier
> > jlanier@yancey.main.nc.us
> > 81 Summer Trees Lane
> > Burnsville NC  28714
> > Ph. (828) 682-4174
> >
> >
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