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Re: Re: Help with H. americana!

In a message dated 4/30/06 9:05:27 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> they are
> given the name Advanced Master Gardener

This is the step we do not have in Iowa.   The label 'MG' does cover a big 
range of abilities & knowledge as you stated Kitty.   The word Master is not the 
best description.   I would rank in the top percentage group of our 500 
member group but I certainly am not a Master.     

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