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Thanks for input re:  my tinny tiny bug problesm.  They aren't big enough
to pick up with tweezers.  I can huff and puff and blow them off but they
come right back.  If any of my crosses take, I wont know till they bloom
if they have been contaminated or not.  I have picked the stamens and
brought in as they fluff up and dry so quickly in our single digit
humidity.  So, there is a chance I might get to the lip before they do.  

I have used Merit in the past, and not seen these guys until this year,
so will try that again before next season.  Thanks all for help.

Jan-Tucson-Zone 8/9

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