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The "nise" list is not as free as suggested and has its own police. 
On a request on information about fertility in rupifragra tetra , I 
did respond with message 1 and I responded  with message 2  to 
another article that mixed up roots and stolons  This 
together was sufficient to remove me from the 'nise" list without any 
warning!  The people involved killed the messager for its unwelcome 

Message 1 
Sorry to say but rupifraga tet is not a rupifraga nor a 
tetraploid and with 8 % good pollen your chances are remote to get
anything .I dont say it is impossible, but there are better ways to 
spend your money 
Message 2
There is a difference between a rhizome or stolon and a root.
I doubt very much if plants can come from roots. I had plants that
lost their growing points with perfect roots sitting there for years
nothing happened. As is clearly stated there were stolons = thin
rhizomes that connected them to Thai Brass. These can produce plants
not the roots

Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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