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Re: Ploidy Analysis -- If you want to check a plant

  • Subject: Re: Ploidy Analysis -- If you want to check a plant
  • From: Jaspersail@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 05 Aug 2003 11:56:18 -0400

Brian S. told me when those seeds are lit they pop like firecrackers!>>

Well, there ya go... there's our 'in' with the kids.  ; )

I can recommend a good contact, Alttara. John Soucek's daughter, Rachel, has been very active in the Hosta Hybridizer's Group.  I'm not sure how old she is but I would guess 16-17.  In the lastest HostaScience Journal (mailed last week), you can see pictures of her and her blue-ribbon seedlings, as well as an article about her hybridizing program. She may have ideas on how to promote hostas to the younger generation.


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