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  • Richard Morris
    Thought this might be of interest. ... Rich -- Plants for a Future: 7000 useful plants Web: http://www.pfaf.org/ := http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/pfaf/
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      Thought this might be of interest.

      > Mehmet Uludogan (mehmetuludogan@... ) added the comment:
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      > hello
      > we have two types of crataegea in Turkey the endemic plant C.Dikmensis ,
      > and C.tanacetifolia both of them are very delicious fruits . last year I saw another type of Cratagea plant in Ýstanbul
      > the flowers of the plants were magnifecent , but their fruits were inedible ..I will be very pleased to have seeds of different kinds of edible type of this plant , I can send the seeds of the Turkish type of the plant
      > thank you for your cooperation
      > greetings from Ýstanbul Turkey
      > Ýstanbul, Turkey

      Rich
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