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Re: TB- Seedling - bud/branching

  • Subject: Re: TB- Seedling - bud/branching
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Fri, 07 Aug 2009 10:21:06 -0400


Some siblings from crosses here have been fairly uniform in bud
count/branching, others are variable. One cross produced seedlings that
ranged from about 6 up to more than 30.

I think that the really high bud counts and branching are usually
attributed to aphylla ancestry, which also is given credit for black
genes. So your dark seedlings should have a good (?) chance of
producing offspring with more of both. ?


Linda Mann
east TN swamp, where the sun is shining for a day or two

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