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Re: fast seedling growth


My mistake.  Duh. It makes much more sense reading it that way.

Chick

mark combellack wrote:

> Greetings
> I don't have any comment about the size of the seedlings but I interpreted
> the message differantly . I think Ray was giving the name of the pod parents
> rather than stating plans to name the seedlings.
> Mark
>
> >From: Chick <chick@bridgewoodgardens.com>
> >Reply-To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
> >To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
> >Subject: Re: fast seedling growth
> >Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2001 11:57:03 -0500
> >
> >I guess my first question is do I misunderstand what you are saying or
> >have you really decided to name OP seedlings that are  3" tall?  My
> >suggestion would be to name them #1 and #2.  Well, maybe that wouldn't be
> >a good choice, but I wouldn't be using up any good names on plants at this
> >stage.
> >
> >Not that it's any of my business, but you said that all comments would be
> >appreciated.  For me, that's like waving a cold beer in my face and saying
> >"Want one?"
> >
> >As to your real question, I think you can safely assume that all other
> >things being equal, your large seedlings will probably, but not
> >necessarily, be larger plants than your small ones.  Whether you can
> >assume they will be exceptionally anything at this stage is questionable.
> >It's just too early.
> >
> >Chick
> >
> >Ray W wrote:
> >
> > > I have a few seedlings that are having exceptional growth. They are
> > > almost double the size of the others within the lot (all OP). 2 that I
> > > will name are yingeri(3 1/2 " campared 1 1/2") and Yellow River(9"
> > > compared to 5"). To those with more experience, does this tell me they
> > > will be exceptionally large or fast growers?
> > >
> > > All comments appreciated
> > >
> > > Ray
> > >
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