Re: Hybrids, grexes (greges), nature, evolution, human interest
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- Subject: Re: Hybrids, grexes (greges), nature, evolution, human interest
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 20:32:01 -0500 (CDT)
> got my answer. Sorry I didn't read ahead to see. You still need to know
> parents of the cultivar, and these if cultivars, would be advantageous to
> if they are of a species, primary hybrid(s), or a near primary (backcross
> to one
> of the parent species, as is done in line-breeding), ect.
All superfluous (at best: non-mandatory) information when it comes down to
registering aroid cultivars. Please, Donna, don't get distracted from the
real thing by this ongoing plea for grexes. They will NOT do.
> Where can I access these rules you mention? I am sorry that I am only
> with the "endless" orchid system.