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Re: Re: CULT: TB Argus Pheasant

Anner Whitehead wrote: 
<<> And Jeff Walters would probably be able to
> He wrote a piece for 
> ROOTS on the name. You might reread that. If he is
> around he will probably see 
> your subject line and opine.>> 


I have been growing ARGUS PHEASANT for the past 8 or 9
years, and I am as certain as I can be that its
identity is correct. I also have an interest in pbf on
my irises and have checked them all several times a
year over several years for its presence (some
cultivars will show pbf at certain times of year and
not at others).

My ARGUS PHEASANT has never shown any trace of pbf at
any time I have examined it. 

Therefore, based on my observations, lack of pbf on
your AP would be consistent with it being true to

Jeff Walters
in northern Utah
(USDA Zone 4)

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