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Different routes to the same hybrid...

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Posted by: Aaron at Tue Oct 18 12:04:11 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Aaron ]  
   

...and more.

Below somebody posted a Sinacorn x Jungle Corn. Somebody pointed out that this cross = 50% corn, 25% sinaloan, 25% cal king. Now this cross has no name but lets just say they were called Bundle Corns.

That got me thinking you could achive this cross either by breeding a 50% corn, 50% Cal to a 50% corn, 50% sinaloan...
or you could get it by breeding a pure corn to a 50% Cal, 50% Sinaloan. Either way you would end up with the same mix and same % of each.

Taking it further what if you bred a Pure Cal to a Sinacorn? You would get the same mix of species but in different %'s. Would they still be called Bundle Corns?

Again Bundle Corns is just a made up name, for example's sake. My basic question is, is it acceptable to use different routes to achieve the same mix?

And is it still considered the same cross if they have different % of each type in the mix? For example:
Jungle Corn x Pure Corn = 75% Corn, 25% Cal.
Jungle Corn x Pure Cal = 25% Corn, 75% Cal.
Are these all just considered Jungle Corns or are there different names for each?

I also have some questions about Pastel Kings(aka amel Thayer's crosses) but I will make another post.
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