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Re: McAllister SDLG 84-05-07
  • Subject: Re: McAllister SDLG 84-05-07
  • From: smciris@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2011 01:35:34 EDT


Dana -- I'm so glad to see that tiny nubbin survived.  The challenge, of course, is to explain how a pod parent with a mustard-brown beard (Gethsemane) and a pollen parent with a mustard beard tipped rust ( Ora J. Seale) managed to produce that huge, deep burgundy-black beard! 
Beard genetics are complex -- that's what makes working with them such fun.  Wonder what would happen if this were crossed with one of the WWF line that has the nested-style of beard.....
Sharon McAllister

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