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Re: Subject ... debates, politics and Hostas

In a message dated 11/12/00 9:38:47 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
andrewl@hostahaven.com writes:

<< As I understand it, Coffee is an example of a plant that offers a wide 
array of
 polyploidy.  I don't know the numbers off hand, but possibly Paul does.

Andrew, don't misunderstand, my interest in hostas is what I can do with them 
when digging in the dirt. The interest is passing, but as one who must have 
fresh ground coffee with every pot I wonder.........can you imagine gene 
splicing a hosta plant with coffee.  A plant that has all I need, beauty and 
caffeine.  N.
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