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Is it possible to redirect https://permies.com/forums/recentTopics/list to the workaround above? Because I'm not always logging in when I visit the website, only when I think I can bring something in. I find the whole "pie" stuff annoying.

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.  

You got my attention: do you have any more information on this?
I have never heard of colored GM cotton, although I have of many different colored cotton types.
1 week ago

Lauren Ritz wrote:

hans muster wrote:Lentils show xenia only for one specific color, orange. With beans, o

When you say that, is the orange the female or male parent? Or does it matter?

the male parent was orange if I remember well, couldn't find it right now. And similar to what Joseph just mentioned, the color of the cotyledons, which are orange because of the father, wash out and show up in the seed coat, are therefore visible in the F1 seeds. (visible inside the pod of the female parent)
2 weeks ago
The technical term for seeing the pollen influence in the F1 seed (the seeds within the P generation) is Xenia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenia_(plants)
It may be easier to look knowing the term @Joseph, Mark, and Lauren

Lentils show xenia only for one specific color, orange. With beans, o
2 weeks ago

I am looking for an overhead irrigation (sprinklers) for greenhouses, something hanging from the roof.

Richard Perkins (from Ridgedale) had something like this in his shop, but hasn't anymore.
Anyone knows the name of his system? Or European sources of these kinds of materials?

3 months ago
Some french speaking people are grafting it, with deepl you should be able to translate most of it. Otherwise don't hesitate to ask them, they are nice and helpful regarding grafting


3 months ago
The movie "Return to Eden, It's All About Coming Home" should be launched in a bit more than one day.



Movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BM5P9GA-Mc4

it is a movie about regenerative agriculture, featuring Allan Savory and others
I never bred peppers, therefore I may be wrong. However, extrapolating from other species:

The pepper will probably taste exactly the same even if crossed, but the seeds may be hot if crossed. It may be one seed out of the hundred in the pepper, and you only know it after eating it...
Compare it with a pig: the belly of the pig will taste the same even if crossed with a wild boar, but some of the piglets may look different after coming out.
4 months ago
To all the ones interested in nut breeding, in the diversity of hickory nuts, this short 10 minutes are mouth-watering, even after having eaten...

How many are available, how do they turn out as seedlings?
4 months ago
Is there a dwarf merino sheep, having the long fine wool of the merino but being dwarf?