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Triple sockets

John I. Jones wrote:

>  Seems to me that I am seeing a large number of triple socketing this
>  (meaning 3 flowers out of one socket instead of the usual 1 or 2)

>  Anybody know if this is a genetic trait, cultural, or weather related?=
>  remember seeing any last year, but then I might not have been noticing=

>  (Takes a long time for some of us to become observant)

>  I have seen it in a number of terminal points and a few side branches.=

First, the genetic potential must be present.

Then, well-grown plants are most apt to fulfill their potential.  So give=

yourself some credit for good culture.

Finally, good weather doesn't hurt.

Sharon McAllister

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