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Re: looking for info on (natural) intergeneric hybrid or cross breeding in general

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  • Dennis K
    Is there some reason for the messages not coming through. Is this a heavy hand moderated forum? None of my posts are coming through Dennis
    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 30, 2012
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      Is there some reason for the messages not coming through. Is this a heavy hand moderated forum?

      None of my posts are coming through

      Dennis





      --- In pfaf@yahoogroups.com, "Francis S" <manofpeace32@...> wrote:
      >
      > I find things like Shipova A cross between , and mountain, ash in the sorbus genus , crossed with Pear (pyrus genus), but in the same rose family rosacea
      >
      > Over one hundred years ago.
      >
      > So I'd like some more info if anyone has any experience cross breeding plants Im mostly interested in fruit tree's
      >
      > Here is my post, but the question is already asked mostly
      > I just want a detailed web site explaining crossing
      > , or if anyone has any list of plants with the same chromizones
      > (like mountain ash/pear)
      > (I tired, both species in the prunus genus cherry/plum, and it rained but Im looking for more info.)
      > http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/load/hybrid/msg030902538344.html?4
      >
      >
      > (NOTE to get this out of the way)
      > This happens rarly (I suppose) , but a goat(capra)
      > in a different genus,
      > can have a offspring with a sheep (ovis) just by mateing.
      >
      > just saying it isn't A GMO, which I am strongly against.
      >
      >
      >
      > ____________________________________________________________
      >
      > By the way I plucked off some pollen )pistals),
      > and I have dried it
      > I plan On oppening some flowers that will surly take
      > after I remove their male pistals
      > one way to do it is open the flowers before they cross with themselves
      >
      > Not to big on alot of selective breeding though
      > Big apple with big apple makes bigger apple
      > or lets breed plants so they can grow in a coolder zone
      > (trifoliate orange poncirus trifoliata )
      > (if this causes invasiveness
      > , but plan to improve taste/ disease resistence /cold hardyness
      >
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