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Re: Convention

> The AHS
> > decided that only REGISTERED hostas could be entered.(!!!)
> >
> > Clyde Crockett z5
> >
> I agree with you on this Clyde. I was shocked when 'Beauty Substance'
> was pulled from the auction. What on earth is their reasoning?
> Denise Nakon
> Pinckney Mi

I agree. It was as if SOME unregistered seedlings could be in the
auction, but others could not. And from what I heard, and understand,
getting Bill Nash's seedling from Toyozo Nakayama #Toyozo-99 took some
real finagling to be allowed in the auction.
  Not to mention the Business Meeting, which made me so angry I left. 
I'm not going to go into detail on my opinions about the whole business
end of things - it'd be a manifesto!  Suffice it to say I'm not pleased
with the business aspect of the AHS.
Diane Frederick
Cleveland Hts., OH zone 5
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