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Re: Sea Prize Seedlings

Roy M. Dales wrote:
> This is my first year growing seedlings from a self-polinated "Sea Prize".
> I am experiencing a high percentage (30%) of seedlings with red petioles.
> Roy Dales
> Milton, VT
Roy and All
Although I have grown some "open" seed from SP, I have not had any that
I can recall with any outstanding amount of red.  This tendency, if
present , would be intresting.  I have not used the plant much in my own
program, but I guess I better review that.  Thanks for the input Roy.
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