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Re: Fragrance and Iris Genetics

  • Subject: Re: Fragrance and Iris Genetics
  • From: "rshadlow" <rshadlow@wildmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2001 17:05:15 -0000

You are right, Sandra, there does seem to be a need for a source on 
fairly basic genetic information.  I am working on learning these 
traits regarding Iris, and I think I'll try to make up a small 
webpage once I have verified all of my information.  Being a 
newcomer, its somewhat amusing to me that fragrance isn't more of a 
consideration.  Certainly to the general public, it can really be a 
big attraction..

Don't ever worry about thinking you are asking stupid questions. 
Everyone here is very helpful and kind to newbies like us!

Robin S.
Z-4b, NE  

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