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HYB: GERM INHIBITORS


What is all the rush about?  Why not leach them out naturally by potting them
and watering them every other day and allow what wants to germinate to come
up, hold the pots back for a year and try it again the next year?

Why does everyone want to speed this process up?

I can understand a commercial iris garden with acres to plant wanting to do
this, but a home hybridizer?  Why not plant more seeds instead if you are
wanting more plants?

Just curious...
Patrick Orr
Phoenix, AZ  Zone 9

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