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Re: ivy/zonals

99% of the time ivy-zonal crosses are sterile

--- maria guzman <mirror@3RIVERS.NET> wrote:

> Does anybody have information about the possibility
> of crossing zonals with
> ivy/zonal hybrids?  Or to put it another way, can
> ivy/zonals be crossed
> with zonals?  Are they fertile or are they mules?
> Maria

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