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durro68
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OK

Gbang earlier said "breed ur blue bolt male with some cbs and snow white females if you got any ....."

Now I was wondering why???? what does it matter what the Taiwan is crossed with????

When we breed F1 together (or back to Taiwan's) we will get some Taiwan's .......

What if they were Wine Red's would I cross to CRS then?????

Cheers

Greg

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The Taiwan gens are recessive, and will not show up in the first generation. If you cross TW x CR you will get F1 hybrids looking like CR. If you cross the F1 among themselves, you can have TW in F2.

Crossing Blue Bolt and Red Bolt with Snow White will give you more BB/RB.

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exactly imke, i don't have much knowledge with the specifics of this topic. purely because i actually don't want to know. i want to have surprises in the future ;)

but i do believe the blue bolts originate from kk, snow white and cbs lines while of course the red wines are a mixture of red and black lines? someone please correct me if i'm wrong.

actually....i really don't know much about this. imke can you enlighten us more? any chance thaty you wrote an article on this subject?

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