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Hybridizers meeting


 Kate Lu and ALL ,   If any of you would like to further your own knowledge 
of Hostas, consider joining the Hybridizers club. It's an excellent smaller 
group , about 60 or so , run by Ed Elslager who is a bottomless pit of 
information , from seedlings to tissue culture. I believe there is an ad in 
the Hosta Journal or the Great Lakes newsletter regarding info on joining, 
but you really only have to contact Ed.Attending the meetings you  can talk 
with Clarence Owens , Doc Benedict-  GRAND HOSTA DADDY of them all , Van Wade 
........ you get the picture.If you live too far away to attend the meetings, 
usually 3 a year , Ed sends out informational packages on minutes of the 
meetings. Everything is very 1ST CLASS     JP
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