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Re: Fw: Sports--Help us


Hi Lu,
 
Your idea is not a new one. Many people have spoken out over the years about registration data that is known to be false but the answer that keeps coming back is that the registration data is written in stone.
 
There is much more concern about getting every hosta registered than there is about the accuracy of the data recorded. I don't see where the 500 or so newly registered hostas (at large expense to the AHS) has improved the quality of the hostas we buy by even a fraction. What it has done is create a large amount of work that needed to be done in a short amount of time.
 
I am convinced this workload is now why we are looking for a new Registrar.
 
Try to get your feedback to the people who can make a change and see how long it takes to get it done. You will get nothing but a river of excuses as to why it can't be done.
 
 
 
 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Bill Meyer
 
Hi Lu,
      These are some difficult questions, but I'll toss in my two cents.

> My point is, that if the International Registrar for the genus Hosta has
> issued a document stating that  H. Yippiekiya is a sport of H.Cowboy
Wimps,
> then by whatever means, we find out that in fact it is a sport of H. Girl
> Power, then should we not make the appropriate attempt to change the
record?

I would say if you have information that corrects a mistake in the
registration, you should use it and note that it supersedes the
registration.





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