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Re: Seed Irradiation

At 08:42 AM 8/16/98 EDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 98-08-13 08:52:47 EDT, you write:
> >you dont have to radiate sum and substance to get different seedlings it
> does that naturaly  i have five good examples of that, msg me if u want pics
> indiana bob
>  >>
>Yea, I don't have to do silly things to seeds, but it is fun.  I was curious
>to see if any of the plants would become tetraploids.  Would love to see your
>pictures.  Sum and Substance is one of my favorites.
>Kay Dye, Edelstein, IL Zone 5
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>to change the ploidy u have to use colchicene, i dont mess with because its
a carcinogin and i dont need cancer again 
strong  coffee(caffene ) might have some influence on seed. indianabob

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