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Re: hort.net moving, part II (LONG)

In a message dated 8/24/06 12:07:01 PM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:

> Had to
> miss the last one for some reason, and there wasn't a course in our end
> of the state that i could catch up on easily. 

Auralie, that happened to me with the Garden Consultants program.   I had to
wait 2 full yrs for the rotation of classes to cpt the course.   The programs
here are excellent.   Instructors are mostly ISU hort teachers.
     I have attended a couple of horticulture presentations given as part of
the judging program but found them to be not as detail as GCs.

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