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Re: TB: Hybridizers' Names

Steven & Sharlyn Rocha wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
>         Thanks to those of you who have helped with the information for my
> database. I think I just about have it completed but I found these four
> more  for which I need hybridizers' names.  Please, help if you can.  My
> appreciation in advance.
>         SNOW SUMMIT
>         WATCH NIGHT
>Steve, I found these, Electric Surge, Weiler-1992, Mountain Majesty, Ghio-1994, Snow Summit, Hamner-1988. Can't find Watch Night.
Leslie Jobe' Omaha, NE  Region 21
We woke up to a foot of heavy wet snow-70,000 homes without power,
lots of downed power lines and tree branches. I don't think many of our
trees still have branches. The only one that is still in pretty good
shape is a locust with small leaves. It is still snowing.

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