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RE:OT-Bio Paul Black

Welcome Paul. I glad your here and welcome your comments on Greased Lightning.
I had been wanting to post some of these recent photos to you for comment but
hadn't gotten around to it yet. I agree with all you say except re GL not
being a luminata. The "ring" factor which I have been working with influences
the luminata and glaciata in ways that I had not seen before. Could you look
at some of the other photos that I have posted. I have several others in
similar patterns to GL, but not as dramatic. These are all mixed in my
seedlings in various ways and I have been spending many hours  researching the
connections between luminata glaciata and the ring factor.

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