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Old 08-12-2017, 02:20 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Tales of SH-3640's

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Looks great Richard! Mine is the USDA Tars Mayaguez! It is the same as Hectors!
Thanks for the validation

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I see some differences already! Mine has a lot of black on the pstem.
That could be due to our differences in humidity ... or not!

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Thank you for the pictures! I'm excited to continue comparing mine to your pictures in the future!


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Anyone know where Greenie obtained it from?
Greenie and NANAMAN are both still active here ... check it out on their profile pages.

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Mine is about 7'. Still hasn't pupped. Next year I hope to fruit mine. Richard when I get good sized pups next year your welcome to have a free one to compare if you have room! Just PM me.
7' going into Fall. This is good, perhaps it will bloom in March or April.

Thanks so much for the offer of a pup ... I'm estatic

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I find mine looks very similar to the USDA Tars FHIA-01 Goldfinger only it has a more slim pstem. I'm sure it's the dwarf Brazilian parent plant showing in both!
Yes, they are both AAAB but arrived at in different breeding sequences. There are of course other AAAB tetraploids that are wholly different, incl. FHIA-18, and FHIA-21.
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