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Re: Wisconsin Titan

I was curious about that, too.  But I'm not,
unfortunately, involved with the Botany department in
any way so I'm sorry I can't answer your question. 
Maybe you could find out from the folks there via the
email given on the web site.


--- patricia frank <tricia_frank@hotmail.com> wrote:
> I'm a volunteer at FTG who has spent many nights
> with our three flowerings. 
> I've been monitoring your web cam and would love to
> know what you are doing 
> with the plastic covering? Thanks, Tricia,IAS
> Treasurer

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