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CULT: Seedling question

Any ideas what causes the seedlings to reach the point at which
they put on increase?  Genetics, cultivation, weather, age?  I thought
it was probably a size thing, but now that mine are beginning to put
out some increase (5 out of more than 100), some of the more
robust seedlings haven't and at least two that have are on the small
size.  Since all but one of my seedling crosses have some (some
wouldn't qualify as arilbreds) arilbred in their ancestry, how much
might this be a factor?

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7, USA

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