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HYB: OYEZ & VOLUNTEER FIREMAN


Barb Mann wrote:

>  Thanks, Sharon,  I've wondered more than once what makes OYEZ so shy a=
t
>  reproducing.  Same thing with VOLUNTEER FIREMAN?  I once got a pod on
that
>  one with pollen from BLACKOUT, but it only had one normal-looking seed=

which
>  never germinated.  Still, that was encouraging.....

I don't recall seeing a chromosome
count of VF, but it "should" be a
triploid or unbalanced tetraploid,
relatively infertile in either case.

IMO, any seed obtained from such
a cross should be cultured, not
just planted.  That doesn't =

guarantee success, but it does
improve the odds.

Sharon McAllister
73372.1745@compuserve.com





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