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HYB: Using Good Plants

I have a question regarding hybridizing with good
plants that have flowers that are not as good. I have
a seedling that is a great plant (healthy, vigorous,
well porportioned, well branched, 11-15 well timed
buds) but flowers are not as good. Is it worth my time
to breed further with it? I would really like to keep
that bud count and branching. Also, it was from a SA
cross but does not have horns. Will horns show up in
the next generation if I crossed it with non horned
things? Thanks in advance.

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