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Re: HYB: IB Crosses


From: "S&C Rust" <srust@fidnet.com>

This is an update on the IB fertility trials my daughter is running.  It now
appears that Precious Little Pink is very fertile, both pod and pollen.  We
have seed set by its pollen on Apricot Drops MTB, Blast IB, and two
different arilbred meds.  It is such a good rebloomer that she has used it a
lot.  Vicki, she wants to try it on your tet MTB, Payoff, if it will quit
raining long enough for her to do so. ( Payoff's form is perfect, first
blooms open today.)  Stephie also has seed pods on the IB Snow Cone which
she crossed with the MDB rebloomer Gnuz Spread.  Some wild chromosomes on
this one!

Cindy Rust, Missouri, Zone 5b


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