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Re: HYB: pollination


In a message dated 6/19/2006 8:34:30 AM Eastern Standard Time,  
lmann@lock-net.com writes:

As for  air pods being easier to set than real pods - I've read that the
pollen can  stimulate pod formation but not manage to make seeds


Does every variety which is known to make balloon pods *always*  make balloon 
pods, or are some of these also known to set bee pods with seeds,  or set 
seeds by manual fertilization?
 
In other words, is a tendency to set balloon pods prima facie evidence of  
infertility?
 
Thanks.
 
Cordially,
 
Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA 

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