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Re: HYB: How do I learn to Hybridize Irises?

Sorry my last message was blank.  Cajun, my catahoula dog, pawed me 
before I typed anything and away the message went.

I was going to say to go to www.irises.org and click on Steve Rocha's 
site.  He has a picture essay of the steps.  This also appeared in 
the March issue of TALL TALK.

Great job, Steve!

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8

On 12 Dec 00, at 10:37, tgreaves@primeco.com wrote:

> I'd like to learn this (just as a hobby).  Are there any books on the
> subject? I've seen a lot of discussion on the topic, but it all went over
> this newbie's head.  I'd also like to find a glossary of terms to find out
> what things like "increases" mean.
> Tom Greaves near Dallas, TX zone 7

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