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Re: SA RE Seedling


It must be nice to get bloom this early. Any ideas of what may be
triggering bloom stalk starting in Jan?

Is there any security or street lighting nearby?
what is day and night temperatures in the few weks preceding starat of
bloom stalk?

Chuck Chapman

SA RE Seedling

Posted by: "orders at Sutton's"
orders@suttoniris.com

suttoniris

Wed Mar 5, 2008 10:45 am (PST)

This is out of Mtn. Sunrise by a complicated cross.....Was
planted in the ground as a new seedling a year ago this April, this is
its third bloom cycle since. This stalk appeared in Mid Jan. and has
fought through many frosty nights. Flower is a bit damaged, kind of a
strange rim on it, still debating if I like it or not. 3 branches,
spur terminal, 9 buds. enough vigor to have 7 increases at the moment.

Mike

B



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