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Re: OT: Daylily Seed

In a message dated 7/7/2003 11:16:35 AM Central Standard Time, 
showtime@bbtel.com writes:

> how much stock do iris growers accumulate
> before they introduce a variety.  

Christian, it varies. A lot depends on advertising. Schreiners, because of 
their wide market, would require more than a smaller distributor.  Also, some 
irises multiply faster than others.  

When I started, the general rule was 7 years from seed to market.  But it's 
not always that simple.

Betty W. in South-central KY zone 6

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