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Re: HYB: 'wild' genes & Hensler experiments

I wonder.. sounds like the JIs & SIBs used as parents were good ol
weeds, maybe not registered, maybe with fewer 'wierd' genes, closer to
wild types & hence higher probability of survival/fertility of offspring
than crosses of 'desirable' cultivars, which would be more inbred with
lesser chance of matched chromosomes?

Sharon, does that make sense?

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
thinking of PalTec, as opposed to 'cultivar'Tec, wondering about
possibilities for VariegataTec

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