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Re: New Rules

In a message dated 10/4/1999 6:12:28 PM Central Daylight Time, 
wie1086@mail.harborcom.net writes:

 1)Shouldn't there be more guidelines than "I made a new plant, I like it, I'm
 registering it". Some kind of approval by peers should be taken. Maybe I'm 
 but shouldn't a registration be in some sense, a seal of approval. "This 
 was nice enough that it was approved to be registered", said the Hybridizer.

No other group of plants has this requirement.  It might be nice to do this, 
but how would you do it?

I think that what makes a plant good is in many ways a subjective matter.
If you realy want politics and acrimony then hear the complaints when "My 
Hosta" is rejected.

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