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Re: spiltmilk stable or not

Cherryl luv....
                  I would like to suggest that Spilt Milk is a stable cultivar,
due to:
1...Nobody in the hybrizing world has seen a striated seedling from it and...
2...It is propagated in tissue culture.

just a couple of thoughts

--in response to ---
At 04:52 PM 2/21/99 -0800, you wrote: 
> Spilt Milk is considered unstable but isn't it one of the most stable. What
> actually happens to make it unstable, one spring there is a part of it that
> is green that a person digs out or does the whole plant revert back.  

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