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I met yesterday with the newly ore-organized MG Nursery group yesterday. We have a total of 8 people down from 15 last year. 4 are existing members , 4 are new. 1 existing (multiple crises at home) and 1 new ((Florida snowbird) did not attend.

It seems the 3 new members didn't realize they were signing up to work in the nursery. The Hort educator insists on calling our group "Propagation", which amounts to maybe 2% of what we do. I tried to put the best spin possible on things indicating if they would commit to making the most of our downsized nursery, then we could do more propagation work.

Of the 8, one helps us only in April. One won't show up until most of the work is done, 2 live long distances from here. And no one wants to take on any heavy or time-consuming work. Still, I'm hopeful. My purpose for going along with the downsizing was that I might be able to manage it more or less by myself. We'll see.

neIN, Zone 5
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