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Re: SPEC: I. germanica

  • Subject: Re: SPEC: I. germanica
  • From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Feb 1999 15:04:17 -0500

From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

Sharon writes...

>I did, however, find GERMANICA and I. germanica among the progenitors  of our
>modern hybrids.  Relatively insignificant, but there.

Wow! Impressive. Discounting Kochii, Black Prince, Amas, Ricardi, cyprania,
mesopotomica, trojana, etc., etc., I have only turned up one instance out
of 6000+ TB and 'short TB' pedigrees where I. germanica (44) was fairly
unarguably used in a cross that comes all the way down to modern talls. And
the link to modern progeny is sullied by a question mark on a lineal

Tell me more!!!


Mike,  mlowe@worldiris.com   --   http://www.worldiris.com
South Central Virginia, USA; USDA Zone 7A

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