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>From Sharon Mc:

>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

Sharon--do you do culturing?  I've never looked into how complicated that
would be, so I'm not sure if I would have the expertise and equipment.  But
maybe I'll never get another seed, so it's a moot point.......


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