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Re: HYB: cultivar height

While we are at it do you measure from ground up to bottom of terminal bloom
or the top of the bloom?

Mike Greenfield
Zone 5b SW Ohio

----- Original Message -----
 > Hi All,
> A quick question, if I may.  When a hybridizer is determining height of a
> seedling for registration purposes, is the official registered height the
> average height of all stalks or the maximum height of an individual stalk
> in a clump?
> Curiously,
> Laurie

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