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Our State Magazine on NC Azaleas

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That is a nice article. Thanks, Jean. On Fri, Apr 21, 2017 at 7:52 PM, Jean Pace landjpace@bellsouth.net
Vivian Abney
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Apr 22

April Garden Essay

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Yeah, I think Crayola is laughing up their sleeve on their way to the bank... Bob
Robert Kelly
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Apr 21

R occidentale SM502

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Red Usually each read of flow cytometry sample produces a "flow" file that captures what was read by the machine for that sample. It is this file that is used
sjperk5
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Apr 14

'Don's Variegated Austrinum'

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I grow a number of the Exbury X austrinum hybrids created by the Dodd Nursery and by Eugene Aromi, including Don's Variegated, just starting to open, and
Mike Creel
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Mar 26

Yellow River New Tetraploid Species

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In this past November in one of my outdoor pots I planted seed pod debris, possibly containing seeds, from  Bob Kelly's Don's Variegated, which forms seed
Mike Creel
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Mar 23

please help me identify this azalea cultivar

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If the flowers are on the small side and  hose in hose, white with a light purple edge, I agree that it is Cattleya, which grows in our front woods near a
Mike Creel
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Mar 13

from the ASK US page, so...

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My thanks to both Barry and Tom for additional information about my azalea problems. Barry, I will consult our local MO Extension agent before I administer
pabehler@centurylink.net
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Mar 12

Re: Paradigm Shifts in Deciduous Azaleas [2 Attachments]

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Attached is another image showing how first generation triploids look very similar to the tetraploid pollen parent. The upper image is the triploid offspring
sjperk5
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Mar 6
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