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Re: Multiple Stalks.

Just thought I'd throw in my 2 cents concerning multiple stalks.  Here,
in my garden multiple stalks are a common occurence.  I sometimes have
hundreds during a given year.  Just noticed BUCKWHEAT today displaying
two stalks on one rhizome.  Also a seedling of mine had 3 stalks coming
from one rhizome.  IME, It is the large rhizomes which do this.  I guess
if their big enough and enough nutrients are stored to support multiple
stalks then that is what happens.  

Rick Tasco   	
Cathey's Valley, Ca
Zone 8.5

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