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Re: Shockey Aril Seedling

In a message dated 5/11/00 6:33:53 PM Mountain Daylight Time, ddbro@llano.net 

<< Is it
 fertile?  Is it OGB or OGB+?  Who were it's parents?
 Does it need a home? <G>   >>

It has pollen and I am applying it freely to OGB's.  Fertility yet to be 
determined by me.  This is an oncogelia, OG.  I have its parentage filed away 
somewhere, but I expect it comes from other seedlings.  I. urmiensis is 
surely not too far back in the pedigree.  I'm sorry, but I have only one 
small plant, entrusted to me by Irene Shockey, so I won't be able to share.

Lowell Baumunk

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