Re: CULT: Seed Pod Success?
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- Subject: Re: CULT: Seed Pod Success?
- From: "John I. Jones" <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 06:07:56 +0000
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Jan Clark wrote:
> >> I'm just making my first stab at hybridyzing this year. I didn't
> have any major plan for Pod Parent or Pollen Parent. I just wanted to
> see if I could make it happen. Well, yesterday I pulled tags off of
> about 16 failed crosses leaving 4 possible pods. I fiqure this is about
> a 20% percent success rate. Does anyone know if this is normal, low or
> >> Sandra Archibald
> I had about 50% success rate last season. I recorded each pollenation
> with time of day and type of weather. Those that didn't take were
> generally on wet days, or days that were very hot, or pollenations done
> late in the day, rather than morning. I also watched carefully to see
> that I had actually deposited pollen on the stigmatic lip. Other factors
> to consider are fertility of the pod and pollen parents.
> Hope this helps,
> Jan Clark, in Australia
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