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Re: hybridizing

Are those rates of successful introductions based on the total number of
seedlings produced or total crosses (sibs or podlings) (before everybody
asks, I just made that last one up - it means seeds that were all formed
inside the same pod, as opposed to all children of the same parents)?
 Discouraging, to say the least.  

Doesn't look like I was successful in getting Vanity and Dusky Challenger
crossed - Vanity is over so I guess I have to wait another year.  At this
rate, Vain Challenger won't hit the market until 2010.

Does anyone sell seeds from tall bearded crosses? 

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com East Tennessee USA

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