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Re: HYB: Dark BB SA

First Sterling wrote:
> oh! and I have one tiny question....is it fertile?

Then Mike responded:
> Yes, both ways.

Sterling replies:
*GASP* *PANT....PANT* Soooo.... where DOES the line
start? *Sterling loads his holsters full of tweezers*

> Side note:  I have taken it down to SDBs, with the
> first generation blooming
> all at about 13", quite a few pods on the IBs from
> SDBs.  All the IBs
> carried the flounces.

COOL!!! I am also very interested in this because of
it's 22" blooming height. I am thinking it would be
great to mix with the 48 chromosome medians.

*Sterling doing his tweezer exersizes (both hands and
feet too) in preparation for the release of "Dark BB


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