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Posted by rickta66 Brisbane (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 25, 09 at 23:46

Hello all,

I thought I would share an unteresting abnormality that occurred with two pups on a dying mother, the mother plant was striated and reliably produced similar plants and then this mamorated one turned up on her death bed.


Mother Plant
Neo Unknown

Mamorated pup

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RE: Sports that IS weird!


RE: Sports

What is the name of the plant, Rick? I can see that the mother also has some marmoration in it, but it's mostly obscured by the striations. The pup must have picked that one patch of tissue with no striations to emerge from!

RE: Sports

I don't know the name of the plant.

RE: Sports

Hello all,

I found the name of my plant, I got it from Phyliss Hobbs -it is called Blake St Beauty and is a sport of N. Manoa Beauty.

It looks like my sport of a sport has reverted back - mostly the sport has consistantly produced similar clones.


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