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Re: HYB: Hybridizing quiz

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: HYB: Hybridizing quiz
  • From: Jean Richter richter@eecs.berkeley.edu
  • Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 17:28:01 -0700

To improve your seedling's haft width?

It's a little hard tell aspects like substance from
photos, but it looks like Lynsy Alexandra has better
substance as well (at least it's holding up pretty
well in the rain...), so that might be a possibility too.

Jean


J. Griffin Crump wrote:
>  
> *Here's a little quiz for our beginning hybridizers (although anyone is 
> welcome to chime in):*
> ** 
> *Why would I cross these two flowers?  Both are bicolors.  The stands 
> and falls of both are in the same spectra.  While LYNSY ALEXANDRA's 
> almost complete lack of haft marks is attractive, I also like the bold 
> markings on 20Q5.  So, why would I cross them?*
> ** 
> *Hint:  To improve 20Q5 in some way.*
> ** 
> *What's the desired improvement?*
> ** 
> *--  Griff
> *
> 
> **
> 


 
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