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wire rims
  • Subject: wire rims
  • From: "Michael Sutton" <orders@suttoniris.com>
  • Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 12:33:17 -0800


if you can still get Ghio's 983F seedling it gives great wire rims on
standards. (seedlings from it attached)
Mike Sutton
>> Either or both...
>> I was quite surprised last spring to see those same dark wire rims on old
>> SHAH JEHAN.  I'm sure they've always been there, just never looked close
>> enough to notice them.
>> <wire rims on the falls or standards?>
>> Linda Mann east TN USA
>> PS - Mike, ~8 surviving seedlings from IMM X RED ROCK CANYON germ over
>> the
>> winter.  Look good and strong.

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