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Re: IRIS DEVELOPMENT: WHY DONT WE USE OTHER PLANT POLLENFOR RARE NEW IRISES?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] IRIS DEVELOPMENT: WHY DONT WE USE OTHER PLANT POLLENFOR RARE NEW IRISES?
  • From: Gerry Snyder gerry.snyder@comcast.net
  • Date: Sun, 14 May 2006 08:21:43 -0700

KEITH MINEO wrote:
> *reference:  Strange Brew:*
> ** 
> *This is surely one of the most interesting irises where, of all 
> things, " Pine tree pollen" had fallen on the iris causing this 
> beautiful color combinations. Please do try to replicate this. Another 
> idea, If Pine Tree Pollen was responsible for this "rare" iris 
> genetics, why don't we try  to use other plant pollen as well and 
> experiment.  Please give me your thoughts...keith*

My thoughts? That the probability of pine pollen having anything to do 
with the genetics of your beautiful iris is so small I could not compute it.

Gerry


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