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HYB: Pollen Viability

From: Sharon McAllister <73372.1745@compuserve.com>

Message text written by Cindy Rust:
Dennis, you are not picking an expert in asking me a question!  I've read
that if pollen is there and looks fluffy and yellow, it is fertile.  <

That's a good rule of thumb when working with cultivars you'd expect to be
fertile.  I keep posting information about the exceptions because I tend to
work with wide crosses -- but I don't mean that the exceptions ARE the

Sharon McAllister

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