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Re: IB Fertility and Hi

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: IB Fertility and Hi
  • From: "Robin Shadlow" <rshadlow@wildmail.com>
  • Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2004 22:21:13 -0700
  • Priority: Normal


I do know that Hi pollen can be fertile.  Before I was 
educated, I didn't know taht IB's were supposedly 
infertile, so I crossed Blast and Hi (See I told told you I 
had no idea what I was doing)

I did get a small pod, too bad it was among the entire seed 
crop that failed to germinate.

I've overcome that problem, I have over 500 seedlings 
peeking their heads up right now.  

Robin Shadlow
zone 5 NE

happily packing for Fresno soon!!!!

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