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Old June 14, 2017   #1
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Default Dan Follett's 13-F3-6 and 53-F3-2

Progress so far has variety even tho I kept only 2 plants from each line. The 13-F3-6 are both taller, not micro, but the one on the R is multi-flora. Same with the 53-F3-6...one plant is both micro and multi-flora and the other is a bit taller but also multi-flora. I planted a known micro-multi-flora, Aztek, and the plant of the L is the same size but more generous with buds and blossoms.
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