In all large companies, cross-fertilisation
is not just a good thing: it is essential to produce attractive babies.
Coming from such an isolated rural practice myself, I have found the cross-fertilisation
of ideas stimulating.
Growing techniques and cross-fertilisation
can produce stronger hybrid varieties such as skunk.
That said, Mr Sleeman did not expect cross-fertilisation
on marketing: "I don't envisage Sleeman being in every Japanese restaurant", he said, stressing Sapporo believed in "individual marketing".
The recent architecture of both countries also strives to embody a powerful and authentic sense of regional identity, so Aires Mateus' forthcoming experiments in Dublin promise to be a fascinating cross-fertilisation
Hence, the plants are all clones of each other and can't develop natural resistance to pests and diseases through cross-fertilisation
Also, having central services enables more of a cross-fertilisation
I think it is good to have this sort of cross-fertilisation
When seen together like this they should, Miss Warner hopes, show her 'consistent interest in the cross-fertilisation
of literature, belief and society, and in the interwoveness of cultural, aesthetic and political values'.
Possibly there is some backwards cross-fertilisation
from its offshoot Birmingham Contemporary Music Group at play, but the CBSO is certainly adept at communicating scores of today with understanding and verve.
The community has been launched to foster mobile innovation and encourage cross-fertilisation
of ideas at an individual and organisational level.
His new work on "secret sharers" continues to look at the whole while at the same time focussing on a subgenre of Italian comedy that he finds throughout the peninsula and adduces as evidence of a far greater cross-fertilisation
than is commonly acknowledged.
It does not make any direct demands on the Commission's Agenda 2000 reform package, but makes a general calls for transparency, and the promotion of cross-fertilisation
between regions and Member States.