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Old January 12, 2018   #1
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Default Has anyone worked on dehybridizing Husky Cherry Red?

Looking at the offerings of the Dwarf Project makes me wonder about another approach -- as shown in the title. Good plant characteristics, very good production, and good (but not great) taste. Seems like starting half way home might have some significant advantages.
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Yes, I have all of the Huskys altho right now I don't have any good seed for the Husky Red. They are listed near the bottom of this page http://knapps-fresh-vegies.netfirms.com/page2.html

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Yes, I have all of the Huskys altho right now I don't have any good seed for the Husky Red. They are listed near the bottom of this page http://knapps-fresh-vegies.netfirms.com/page2.html

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Thanks. Any idea what F-generation the seed is from?
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Unfortunately I haven't done the best job of keeping track of the F numbers. But all the varieties should be F4 or higher. I haven't found much if any variations in the grow-outs.

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