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Re: HYB: pigments - wash water
  • Subject: Re: HYB: pigments - wash water
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Tue, 01 May 2012 10:11:33 -0400


After letting the hot water wash sit for a day or so, all of the blue
pigment is gone from the jar that contained SULTRY MOOD (far left).
What's left is quite yellow. Chuck, do you know if that is likely a
conversion product from the anthocyanin or water soluble yellow pigment?

The middle one is from STAR GATE - - the blue is partly gone (paler than
it was initially) but no obvious yellow showing.

The one on the far right is from a seedling from ROM EVE. It has the
most blue pigment left, but also is starting to show some yellow (i.e.,
looks green, esp compared to the STAR GATE jar).

Linda Mann

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