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Re: Re: CULT: pods

From: Barb Johnson <bdjohnson@atlascomm.net>

wmoores wrote:

> From: "wmoores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>
> .  Also practicing, I used
> > pollen on BREAKERS from both YAQUINA BLUE and NAVAJO JEWEL on the same
> > bloom.  This was the only TB x TB pod I got. If I plant these, it is
> > likely there will be children from both pollen parents, isn't it?  
> >
> > Donald Eaves
> > donald@eastland.net
> > Texas Zone 7
> No, there will be one father - from the grain of pollen that fertilized
> the ovary....no multiple fathers.
> Walter Moores
> Enid Lake, MS 7/8
Walter, I thought each pollen grain was responsible for one seed. Guess
I'm wrong?   ??              B.

Barb Johnson			mailto:bdjohnson@atlascomm.net
Near Springfield, SW Missouri	AIS, ISO, HIPS, RIS, MIS
USDA Zone 5b			AIS Region 18 (KS & MO)	

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