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derived list Adaptability Studies with Bearded Iris in Texas [1 Attachment]


The attached CVS spreadsheet is FYI folks who have been following the
thread in hort.net iris-talk
Growing Iris South Florida
(I hope it attaches and opens for you anyway. Was told it might work.)

Regards list I derived from "Adaptability Studies with Bearded Iris in
Texas" Texas Agricultural Experiment Station. Bull.615 1942
(in iris-talk I am member "Phloid")

For PDF view of source document this works for me:

Shaub Dunkley

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Attachment: TX_Ag_Study_core.csv
Description: MS-Excel spreadsheet

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