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Re: IGSROBIN Digest -hybridizing

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] IGSROBIN Digest -hybridizing
  • From: maria guzman <eulen@TAOSNET.COM>
  • Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2002 08:43:41 -0700

If a cultivar makes seedpods i.e. is
>> self-fertile, then obviously you can use it as pollen or female parent.

I should have added that just because a pellie is self-fertile doesn't
guarantee it will cross with all [fertile] pellies.  It also depends on the
chromosome count.  If a pellie is polyploid it is usually not cross-fertile
with a 'normal' plant
but will only produce viable seeds with another plant carrying the same
number of chromosomes.


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