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Re: HYB:CULT: let's talk about seeds baby...

In a message dated 7/1/2003 8:13:10 AM Central Standard Time, 
patsiris@msn.com writes:

> Fifty-six   I have never seen this many in one pod
> before.   Is this a normal count for those of you in better climates?

Pat, it's not uncommon in Ky. I think the most I've ever got from a pod was 
79 seed.  The average would be somewhere between 30 and 45. (If there's a slow 
day this winter AND I remember, I could go through my earlier notes and take 
an average!) Don't necessarily keep track of pod number any more. But I do keep 
records on total number of seed per cross.

Betty W. in South-central KY zone 6

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