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Re: yellow leaf = nuclear encoded

In a message dated 03/20/2001 10:53:13 AM Central Standard Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

 Now, as an aside, have you ever noticed any of these all green sports 
 reverting back to variegated.  So far the only one I have observed is 
 an all green Fascination that started to revert back to steaking - not 
 sure what it will look like this year.

I have a number of all green 'Summer Fragrance' that have started to become 
more and more variegated again. I prefer them all green or fully 
variegated-not the mixed amounts of wispy color that "flows" around the out 
side edges.

I have plants that I have pulled off that were all green and the next year 
came up with variegation-but I do not count these.

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