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Re: tetraploid

From: "Jeff and Carolyn Walters" <>

> From: Mike Lowe 
> LADY EMMA is out of a conventional cross IB (48 chr. tall X I. pumila
> Schecht) crossed with pollen from a 48 chr. Border Bearded from entirely
> chr. stock. Check List typos have clouded the L.E. picture as has her
> tendency (sometimes) to bloom more as an IB rather than an MTB.


Perhaps I am misinterpreting what you wrote, but isn't (48 chr. tall X I.
pumila) the classic cross to produce an SDB (rather than an IB) and the
conventional cross for an IB (SDB X 48 chr. tall or BB), which therefore
makes LADY EMMA (and not her pod parent) a conventional IB by ancestry?

Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4/5, Sunset Zone 2) 

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