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Re: hybridizing question




CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 10/19/1998 5:00:38 PM Central Daylight Time,
> wie1086@mail.harborcom.net writes:
>
> <<  say I wanted to try and get
>  a larger Montana, so I decided to cross it with Sum and substance. Do I
>  pollonate montana with Sum and Sub or Sum and Sub with Montana? Or both? >>
> ******************************************************************************
> ************
> Ray,
>
> I would use H. montana f. macrophylla and use it as the pod parent.Besides
> using S&S you might want to use H. 'Birchwood Elegance' as a pollen parent.
>
> Clyde Crockett z5
>

Clyde,
My question now is why? In your experience, what would you expect if you
pollinated the Sum and substance?

Ray Wz5


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