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Int.PelGer.Conf. 1999/Blackman

  • Subject: Int.PelGer.Conf. 1999/Blackman
  • From: H20wrx@AOL.COM
  • Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 05:06:00 EST
  • Comments: To: geraniumsandpelargoniums@yahoogroups.com

Hi everyone-
I apologize for the cross posting.

I received a request from a college student in Alaska. She's taking a
genetics class and is trying to get ahold of  information on any attempts to produce
yellow or blue flowered zonals.

She's also looking for a copies of any articles written by or about Cliff
Blackman, and his attempts to produce his yellow -flowered zonal hybrid.  In
particular, she would like to get a copy of Cliff Blackman's presentation titled
"Following the Yellow (Brick) Road"- from the International Pelargonium and
Geranium Conference (Oct. 24, 1999).

I'll send her what I have, but I'm hoping others can fill in the blanks. Can
anyone help?

On a related topic, someone on the PelBreederForum is looking for a
blue-flowered P. quinqulobatum, which is reported to be from Somalia.  Has anyone seen
or have access to this plant?


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