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Re: Re TB hybrids

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Re TB hybrids
  • From: "janjac2002" bulbs@get2net.dk
  • Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2003 22:16:08 -0000

Hi Christy and all
I honestly can`t  remember , but I think so , maybe the light when 
takin photos can have an effect, increasing the pattern ?, I have a 
problem with to little space, having planted out 500 seedlings in 
2001, when there is enough distance between  each plant, you have a 
much better chance of judging them, things are not getting better 
with 500+ crosses so far this year !
> Jan,
> The first seedling in your lineup looks like it may be a new 
pattern! I
> can't remember seeing anything else where twin dark patches show up 
on the
> falls. Are all of the falls like this?

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