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Re: hybridizing question


Ray W wrote:
> 
> I have a question concerning crossing. Lets 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?
> 
> Do you get better results going one way or another? Or does it fall on
> luck?
> 
> Ray W z5
> Mentor, Ohio
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My suggestion------try both ways, and if you get real lucky,---------and 
if you wait long enough------------  you may get what you are looking 
for--or not------  Might be just some plain old thing with pink 
edges!!!!!!
Ran
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