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

Concerning seed counts per a single pod:

Last year here in NC,  Maid of Avalon X Fiery Temper, one pod,   75 seeds

In 2001, Vienna Waltz X Power Woman: (P 1-13: Swingtown x Romantic
             Vienna Waltz X P 1-9, sib to Power Woman-- 66
              Happenstance X Power Woman-- 84
              Happenstance X P 1-9  --64

And a fair number of years ago in Idaho a pod on EMMA COOK contained 90 seeds.
I don't recall the cross.

These are unusual counts and suggest some remarkable genetic compatibility
between the clones, perhaps.

Neil Mogensen     zone 7, western NC

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