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Barb Mann wrote:

>  But I'll say that dearly beloved old OYEZ
>  is blooming as it does every year, and like every other year, I've
>  attempted crossing it.  This is traditional for me, though I know that=

>  year it makes a pod will be the year I win the Publisher's Clearing
>  Giveaway.  But one can dream.

Hang in there.  Although it's a =

THEORETICALLY infertile diploid,
no one has given it the bad news
and it has been known to produce
unreduced gametes.

Sharon McAllister

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