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Re: Bap paste

John Lanier wrote:
> bob wrote:
> Hi Bob, let me say right at the beginning that I don't have any first
> hand experience with this stuff, but I have seen something similar to it
> (may even be the same thing for all I know) applied to daylilies, I
> thought for the purpose of converting them from diploid to tetraploid.

Hi John
	I have only heard of using cholchicine and surflan to convert
daylilies. I would think someone could just pull the outer leaf back to
expose the bud and smear it on. It seemed to me but I never experimented
that much that the buds broke open better if you soaked the buds and
crown with bap 10 more so than spraying the leaves.
                Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 
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