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RE: OGB Lancer X Desert Diamond

  • Subject: RE: OGB Lancer X Desert Diamond
  • From: Filippo Dimatteo <fillidik@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 18:44:23 +0000

Thank you Mike and Anita,
I mostly like the white one too, but I've used both for crossings to test their fertility....
Only the white one have a fat capsule and his pollen has worked on I. sicula. Well, we'll wait some years to see the results.
Both are strong plants with up to 70cm robust stalks. Here other pics for you.

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