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Re: old vs new

I was wondering myself whether you had received an answer.  Thought maybe
privately.  I'd like to know the opinion too.  Can someone venture a guess?
Quebec, Canada
-----Original Message-----
From: bob <bobaxe@sbtek.net>
To: hosta-open <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Monday, July 19, 1999 6:57 PM
Subject: old vs new

>Good afternoon
> I asked this question on the nise hybridizers robin and I quess no one
>there knew the answer. What are the benefits of using the newer more
>expensive streaked breeders vs the older ones. Is it better form,
>substance, higher percent of streaked seedling, or something else. This
>is a question that would make a lot of difference to one just starting
>out hybridizing.
>       Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 319 568-4859
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