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Re: snowflurry


Some seem to have missed the following message:
Snowflurry means two things at the same time It is the name of a K
Vaughn cultivar and the name of a mutation Contrary to what is said
Snowflurry mutation is a recessive NUCLEAR mutation.  Contraryy to
what is said it is probably not the pattern seen in Revolution As the
name suggest snowflurry is white blotching on a green background not
the other way round If you want to see some you should self Snowflakes
 about 25 % of its offspring are of the snowflurry type.
 Most of these are not long lived Only two survived the winter for me
 One of them is streaked Too!
Ben Zonneveld, Leiden University, Dep Genetics
pobox 9505, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands           
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