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Re: Nursery help!


> I got all of my permits at the state level.  What you need is to know what 
> other states need and then go from there.  You have to worry about S.O.D. 
> (Sudden Oak Death) if you are in an area that gets that.  Brown snail 
> certification is necessary for some states.  Really your best bet is to go 
> and talk with your Ag. folks.  They will have all of the info.

I tried calling the state folks and they were really rude and surly and 
told me everything was online.

Argh!!!

Chris

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