Geo-clones in cultivation

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Geo-clones in cultivation

Post by I'm the 1 on Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:10 am

There are following geographical clones of S. grandiflorum known to be in cultivation:

Idea Breuil-Cervinia, 2.000m (Italy) GDJ.96B.06
Idea Campiglia, 1.800m (Italy) GDJ.97B.25
Idea Gran Paradiso (Italy)
Idea Kerguelen
Idea Pecceto di Sopra
Idea Piamprato, 1.500m (Italy) GDJ.97B.15
Idea Piamprato, 1.600m (Italy) GDJ.97B.16
Idea Piamprato, 1.950m (Italy) GDJ.97B.20
Idea Valle Locana PH1175
Idea Valle Quarazza Typ A PH1157
Idea Valpine
Idea Valsesia, 1.200 m, Piemonte (Italy)
Idea Valsesia, 1.920 m, Piemonte (Italy)
Idea Valtournenche, 1.800m (Italy) GDJ.96B.13
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Re: Geo-clones in cultivation

Post by Chromaphyo on Wed Sep 22, 2010 5:26 pm

Balme mt1600 TO,ET148,Italy
Bois de clin-Rovenaud 1420mt AO,ET115,Italy
Carrč 2000mt AO,ET128,Italy
Lillaz/Val die Cogne/Valle d'Aosta (I)
Pian della Mussa mt 1800 TO,ET149,Italy
Rifugio Cirič mt 1900 TO,ET147,Italy
Weissmatten-Punta Regina mt2100 Gressoney AO ET193
Champorcher: Petit Mt. Blanc 1900m I-AO CW 8640
Valle Quarazza I-AO BZ 7812B

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Post by I'm the 1 on Tue Nov 15, 2011 9:57 am

Does the "TO,ET147" stands for field collection number or what?
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Post by joop huyslook on Wed Nov 16, 2011 7:46 pm

The abbreviation TO belongs to the place name. It refers to the Italian province of Torino, like AO refers to the province of Aosta.
And ET, of course, refers to our good friend Ento, Ennio Toso, member of this forum.

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Post by illustrator on Fri Apr 13, 2012 5:55 pm

From Martin Haberer's list:

- Aosta
- Cogne
- Grauson
- Lillaz (= Lillaz/Val die Cogne/Valle d'Aosta?)
- Monte Cervino
- Nivolet/Aosta
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