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Subject:  1685 LaRue results

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TruckinPunkin

Upper Strasburg, PA

Has anyone planted the 1685 from 2015? It’s a 1659 Miller x 1969 Haist- the cross is between Jack’s #1 & #2 plants that year. I’m giving very serious thought to planting one this year.

12/27/2018 9:28:01 AM

The Gridiot

10,000 BC Younger Dryas 2

Check out the entire jeremy robinson diary 2017 its not an answer to your question but you might find it interesting. My 1415 Haist plants were aggressive. I think both sides of that LaRue cross could bring some good genes. Run it back to back with an 800 McMullen. Lol we need a seed that we can compare stuff to... A universal standard seed that is affordable.

12/27/2018 8:39:35 PM

TruckinPunkin

Upper Strasburg, PA

Thank you! My idea for the 1685 was to cross it with a 1625 Gantner. I think growing it beside the 1625 would be a good comparison. Another option on the table is a backcross of the 1692 McMullen to the 1625. So I’m trying to decide between the 1685 and the 1692. I really like both possibilities, but I especially like the idea of using the 1685 since I feel like it could actually be an outstanding seed that everyone has overlooked. I think the 1692 has a lot of untapped potential too, but at least it has been planted a few times.

12/27/2018 9:27:15 PM

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