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pollenation ??

This is a discussion on pollenation ?? within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; All good to know. Of course I have a great imagination !!, so I'll wait ...

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    magooba is offline Senior Member
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    All good to know. Of course I have a great imagination !!, so I'll wait awhile before I say anything about progress. ! As I wasn't sure whether the pollina were better placed at the front end or back, I tried it both ways !
    Thanks again, J

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    I may not have spelled it right, But i achieved it OK !! One plant, the darker one seemed to take but aborted and the kaleidescope lookalike now has two fattening pods. The pedicles are nice and green, and I tried to show that the column is also green. I've moved apartment, and converted to S/H since !, so I'm happy to have gotten this far ! J
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