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CULT: more root observations

From: linda Mann <lmann@mailhub.icx.net>

I finally got impatient waiting for roots to show out the bottoms of
pots for new acquisitions this year and have been setting them out. 
SNOW FLURRY and STEPPING OUT (among others) had no evidence of roots out
the bottom of the pots but were loaded with small feeder roots.  So
there are definitely differences in root structure as well as root
growth rate (length) amongst some of these cultivars.

Balmy day here - so far, no forecast of the abrupt chill the dip in the
jet stream is going to give the east coast.  

Linda Mann east Tennessee USA

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