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david zlesak
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Re: Remontancy

Post: # 68273Post david zlesak
Mon Aug 27, 2018 9:33 am

I LOVE the work you are doing Joe. Hopefully reshuffling the genes of your hybrids in future generations will lead to many hardy, healthy, reblooming hybrids with beautiful flowers. Dr. Roger Mitchell a number of years ago (perhaps he still is an RHA member, I haven't heard from him in awhile) wrote this very nice paper on rebloom in species rose hybrids. ... 46-52o.pdf

Rob Byrnes
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Re: Remontancy

Post: # 68274Post Rob Byrnes
Mon Aug 27, 2018 10:02 am

Thanks for posting the link to that paper David!
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Margit Schowalter
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Re: Remontancy

Post: # 68276Post Margit Schowalter
Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:42 am

Interesting paper. Thanks David.

david mears
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Re: Remontancy

Post: # 68277Post david mears
Tue Aug 28, 2018 4:44 pm

Thank you David, I have downloaded it to read so I can digest some of it.
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Karl K
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Re: Remontancy

Post: # 68295Post Karl K
Sun Sep 02, 2018 1:14 pm

It is commonly stated that the everblooming trait is recessive, and therefore not expressed in the first generation. However, there are some instances where the trait is expressed in the F1, but only in winter.

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