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Re: CAT: Accuracy and the like...

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>

Hi Cliff,
BATIK rebloomed at my house Dec 1997.  
Mike Sutton
-----Original Message-----

>From: Cliff Snyder <snyder@eden.com>

>Interesting sidebar - We sent several Batik to North Florida in late
>August last year. IT REBLOOMED IN NOVEMBER !! I have never heard of
>Batik reblooming. Also, the genetic instability is such that one of the
>blooms had 5 falls and three standards. Each of the falls had a beard as
>well. I personally like Batik for its uniqueness. However, we have had
>many instances of multiple (or missing) standards and falls at the farm.

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