I have followed with enthusiasm your recent series of papers on the subject of cross-pollinating flowers in the B-branch of the alpha sub-family of the specialist flowers. Especially your last presentation at the Annual Asgarnia Gardening Conference was impressive and inspirational, even if other attendants didn't show much interest. They do not share our vision.
After returning to my home, I started with some experiments of my own and have found that certain combintions of cross-polination leads to triple herbicide resistance in cabbages. Practical applications of this discovery seem unlikely, but the theoretical implications are astounding! I'm looking forward to publishing my results in the next conference. Perhaps it can be hosted in Keldagrim next time? Although I'm not sure how the underground setting would go down with other farmers.