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Re: Great Expectations

  • Subject: Re: Great Expectations
  • From: michael shelton <wilddog_202@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2004 22:16:54 -0700 (PDT)

Butch says;

Just add up the weight of evidence. Everyone has the
same widely varied results. There is something haywire
in its genetic makeup. 

Again the weight of evidence says its not where or who
or how its grown. The plant we all experience is the
plant. That is its nature. 

--- John Lanier <jlanier@yancey.main.nc.us> wrote:

> I have several clumps of 'Great Expectations'
> created by planting 3 or 4 
> individual crowns tightly together; thus the
> "clump". I also have 
> another "clump" consisting of 2 crowns growing in
> the worst possible 
> location - at the edge of a large arborvitae bush
> where it has to 
> compete for every thing it gets. This "clump" is
> very large in 
> appearance; many times larger than the other
> "clump". I have treated 
> both clumps equally in terms of water and
> fertilizer. I have no 
> explanation for this, and I'm someone might have
> some an explanation. 
> Thanks in advance,
> John Lanier
> -- 
> MissVitro Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory
> John and Laura Lanier
> jlanier@yancey.main.nc.us
> 81 Summer Trees Lane
> Burnsville NC  28714
> Ph. (828) 682-4174
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