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Re: strange days


One of the tests that was performed is: a plant was Bapped-the new
shoots were cut off and rooted in mist irrigation. The plant was hit
with bap again and the cycle continued 3 or 4 times before mom died. Now
that experiment was removing the new shoots. If they were left on, new
shoots would also start on the previous new ones. One point that was
made is BAP is so new, that it will be some time before its full
potential is realized.


John Lanier wrote:
> Can anyone who attended the BAP 10 classes comment on how many times,
> when, or how often a hosta can be BAP 10nd before it collapses into a
> mound of smoldering ruin?? I thought there were just "so many" axillary
> buds on a given plant. Also does a BAPPED hosta normally just change the
> time period of axillary bud elongation, say from next spring to now? On
> a less serious note, wouldn't it be nice to see a field of 'My Child
> Insooks'. I guess it could happen if the normal apical dominance is
> permanently altered and the plants become invasive, like kudzu for.
> Kudzu, for those who don't know the plant, is a charming southern vine
> with delicious smelling cool aid colored clusters of flowers. The only
> draw back to the plant is that it completely engulfs everything in it's
> path, and can grow across heavily traveled hiways, if not on the road
> itself, then on a light wire crossing the road. Wonderful plant, but
> then it's so common and ordinary that nobody wants it.  John Lanier
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