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Re: Making hosta tetraploids with Surflan (or colchicine, or any other cytosketal disruptor)

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  • Subject: Re: Making hosta tetraploids with Surflan (or colchicine, or any other cytosketal disruptor)
  • From: "Ronald Livingston" <RONLIVES@prodigy.net>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Mar 1999 15:18:50 -0500

Hi Rick,
     Are you growing any seedlings this year?
Is Treflan the same as Surflan ?
    Ron
-----Original Message-----
From: Rick Grazzini <rickg@centrelab.com>
To: 'hosta-open@mallorn.com' <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Thursday, March 25, 1999 11:41 AM
Subject: Making hosta tetraploids with Surflan (or colchicine, or any other
cytosketal disruptor)


>Everyone ---
>I would like to reply to every message re this topic personally but I
>cannot.  My apologies to each of you.
>
>I have a system worked out for colchicine.  I am working out a system using
>Surflan.  I will share both of these with the hosta Robins before summer.
I
>have agreed to post the details to a website whose owner is right now
>traveling in Europe.  Dan Nelson will be informed when and where this
>information is to be available.  Those of you who know me realize that I
>will give it to you in a very recipe-like manner.
>
>Please bear with me, and be patient.
>
>Rick Grazzini
>central PA USA
>USDA z5b/6a
>minimum temperature: average -5 to -10 F
>minimum temperature: minus 20 F (rarely)
>
>487 Nimitz Avenue
>State College, PA 16801 USA
>
>"Wisdom is knowing when to avoid perfection."
>--- Gregory J. Lazarchik, Jr.
>
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