Lisa Sampson wrote:It might be a result of cross breeding. One of the big GMO crop companies developed a red and blue cotton a few years ago to avoid using aniline dyes to dye the cotton and planted a bunch of up in Missouri. The neighboring farmers who all had white cotton planted sued because their crops came out pink, baby blue, and in a few cases a weird streaky mix of white and color which rendered their crops unsalable and the seed unusable. The fields had to be burned.
Lauren Ritz wrote:When you say that, is the orange the female or male parent? Or does it matter?
hans muster wrote:Lentils show xenia only for one specific color, orange. With beans, o