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Re: CULT: germination traits and selection

From: "David G. Holm" <sherlock@amigo.net>

On 1 Apr 99, at 8:57, Linda Mann wrote:

> Re: bloom time of rebloomers: Because early bloomers rarely make it
> here, I have been hunting for rebloomers that are listed as M
> (midseason) or L (late) - there aren't many listed.  I would say less than
> 5% - the rest are early bloomers.  This is especially true of a lot of the
> older introductions.

> Once AIS gets the database set up, maybe it will be possible to do
> search and stats on bloom season, color, and rebloom, by decade...or
> even by ancestry....


Thank you for the information.  Definately a searchable database would 
help answer some of these questions.


Dave Holm
Professor of Horticulture (Potato Breeding)
Colorado State University

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