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Re: Stabilized William Lachman



Clyde Crockett Wrote:

 --snip--

What is the pedigree of 'William Lachman'? I know that some have gotten 
great
seedlings using it as a pod parent. Does it have 'Beactrice' in its
background? 'Beatrice' will always produce streaked seedlings, when used as 
a
pod parent. BUT the progeny are HIGHLY unstable.

 --snip--

Clyde,

H. 'William Lachman' has H. 'Beatrice' as a great Grandmother. Here is the 
lineage:

H. 'William Lachman' from H. 'Breeder's Choice' X H. 'Frances Williams'

H. 'Breeder's Choice' from H. 'Beatrice' hybrid (Vaughn 73-2) X H. 'Frances 
Williams'

H. 'Beatrice' hybrid (Vaughn 73-2) from H. 'Beatrice' X ??

Thanks!

Norm Lesch
Manchester, MD
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