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Re: HYB: Reciprocal Crosses

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

>Guess that would be a good HYB 301 homework assignment -- determine 
>any of your TB breeding stock has a maternal line that is traceable 
back to species.  [Assuming, of course, that no stray bit of pollen 
contaminated any cross down through the generations.]

Is this an oops, Sharon? I can't see how stray pollen would effect 
tracing the maternal line. Mixed seeds, tags, etc. might, but not mixed 
BTW I would be interested in a detailed description of JUST FOR JAN. I 
have never heard of this iris before. If it is available here it is a 
'must have'. It would certainly confuse the tag reading visitors in my 
Cheers, Jan

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