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Re: HYB: New Hybridizing

I follow all the chat on this list and am learning a lot.  I am hoping to be able to do some hybridizing.  My first year I just planted seed from bee pods.  They are doing well and if I am lucky I may get some bloom this year.  My crosses from last summer didn't take so I went back to bee pods but no little ones showing up yet.  I may need some sage advice on how to get my crosses to take this season.  Currently I have space and time,  I just need the experience.
  Western Colorado Zone 6

Matthew Booker <apetala2@yahoo.com> wrote:
  I may try my hand at making a few crosses after all. I'm not at all 
intimidated at doing this. In many ways, I'm the ideal candidate: I 
took a class in plant breeding, and I've worked in genetics & related 
areas for the past 10 years.

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