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Re: TB: rebloom

From: z88keys@mindspring.com (L.Zurbrigg)

>From: Linda Mann <lmann@icx.net>
>A nice normal looking stalk on SUMMER HOLIDAYS.  Thanks to "daddy Lloyd"
>for another one I can grow.  :)
>Linda Mann east Tennessee USA
Dear Linda: Great news! Thank you for telling us. Its best quality, (Summer
Holidays, that is), is the earliness of the rebloom. I have no sign of
rebloom here. Cut the first TB stalks today as the pods are cracking.  We
have had it remarkably cool for this time of year, praise the Lord. Now two
months of  depressing heat to go. With the lack of sunight , the first case
of mustad-seed fungus has appeared, BLUE SUEDE SHOES.  It had been so dry,
that this ought not to be appearing, and this variety has never done well
here. Lloyd Z in Durham NC

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