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Re: Fw: Sports--Help us {THE ULTIMATE OBJECTIVE?}


In a message dated 3/23/01 5:24:37 PM Central Standard Time,
raffi@sympatico.ca writes:


Fw: Sports--Help us {THE ULTIMATE OBJECTIVE?}


 Hello Mr.diddle'diddle!just a little...I am curious as to how you would
take into consideration things like substance, leaf texture, slug resistance,
disease resistance, sun tolerance/shade tolerance, drought tolerance as
improvements in identical cultivars. Possibly a nomenclature system as an
offshoot of the colorwheel (as in corn, beans, forgive me) Today there are a
specific set of problems (with what 4000+ or-) as time goes on presumably
there will be less possible distinction (visible) in type. i.e. an identical
in all other ways, Frances Williams that LOVES sun and doesn't spot, but
thrives.
                                                                          
Jim Towle




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