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Re: hybridizing question


In a message dated 10/19/1998 7:48:59 PM Central Daylight Time,
wie1086@mail.harborcom.net writes:

<< In your experience, what would you expect if you
 pollinated the Sum and substance?
  >>
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Now remember, this is my experience.

If you want to obtain the characteristics of a plant(as you do with montana)
use that plant as the pod parent.
If S&S is the pod parent, you are most likely to get something that looks like
S&S.

Try it both ways and see what happens. There are so many crosses that have not
been done, I think you might want to experiment. 
And Good Luck!

Clyde Crockett
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