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Re: Shull article

  • Subject: Re: Shull article
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2009 17:36:14 -0500


Thanks for posting the article & photos, Chuck. Very interesting.

I can't quite visualize what he's showing in the photos - will have to
work up to sacrificing a potential blooming fan next spring to see if I
can figure out what's what.

Interesting that he points out the early development of anthers - they
are the flower part most often damaged by late freezes here that hit
before stalks are showing or even can be felt in the fan.

I wonder how much timing of development varies between bearded species.

Linda Mann
east TN

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