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Re: blaming the cultivar

OOPS! Correction
:Can you guess which ones are susceptible and which are resistant?
:You'd probably put A, B, and E in the resistant group, and C, D,
:G, H, and J in the susceptible group, right?
:It turns out I chose A, B, and C as the resistant ones, and H, I,
:and J as the susceptible ones. So with the judgment from the
:previous paragraph, you would have been right about only 4 out of
:7 irises (about 57%). Remarkably, C would be branded as scourge-prone
:even though it is in fact resistant!

Make that 4 out of 8, 50%.


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