Web site with good instructions on hybridizing also intergeneric
Hi I've tried crossing somethings before, but I'd like a free detailed web site.
(I could search online , but I know people familiar with the subject should have the best links besides digging through all the web sites searching for the best is not something I plan on doing at this difficult time)
I understand plant families etc, and interspecific hybridization
I would also like to know about plants with the same chromozones , in the same family , but different genus (intergeneric hybridizing)
(if there is a list online)
Im mainly interested in fruit tree's
I find things like Shipova A cross between , and mountain, ash in the sorbus genus , crossed with Pear (pyrus genus)
Over one hundred years ago.
I haven't read up on this for a while , but some time back I was really learning of different crosses.
I do not have much time to spend, (as of now )
, but I can learn alot in one day in a few hours,
Mostly I want to get out, and start with native species
I also understand mulberry is in the osage orange family
things like that interest me, but I'd like to be responsible, since I am one that tries to control invasive species such as (INTRODUCED) buckthorn honeysuckle.
Thank you very much
I really want to cross some grapes soon, too and I want to make sure all that hard work is done correctly
so I need to touch up on what I learned years ago, picking apart the mal parts of the flowers before they bloom etc.
By the way we all have our strengths, and weaknesses
One of my strenths is good intuition Im pretty good at mixxing things together, and having them come out good
or turning down a street, and finding ONE thousand dollar (at least a $780) Tera GT mountain bicycle(s) in a dumpster.