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Re: HYB: Quirks

Yes and yes.

Were you using the same pollen on all of the sibs?  Did that same pollen
work on anything else?

Not unusual to have nearly everything "sterile" here some years -
weather, health, etc.

Part of the reason I crossed two super pollen producers here last year -
just trying to ensure there will be <something> with good pollen,
regardless of the weather.

<Anyone have a problem with an entire cross being sterile?  If so, did
                        recover in the next year???  Betty>

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