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HYB: when good substance is bad...
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  • Subject: HYB: when good substance is bad...
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 19:46:58 -0400

 

One of the drawbacks of good substance is that some/most/all of them
are deformed like this when they don't get adequate moisture or it gets
too hot (or both) while buds are developing. :-(

Is this just my drought prone gravel pile growing area or do the rest of
you see this as well? Never happens to the soft ones.

Normal photo was taken a couple of years ago. Color on this bee baby
from one of the IMM X Csong kids is nice, but only one stalk on an
established plant, even with excuses of last year's abuse, gives this
one a D-. Breeder tho.

Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7

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