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I thought some of you might be interested in this news release that I 
received in a Greenhouse and Management Publications email news 
announcement.  Not sure if this will have any real inpact, but sounds 
interesting.

Joe Halinar
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* Hostas will be the first ornamental crop to use a new production 
system, developed at Clemson Univ., which accelerates the growing 
process using finger-sized tissue culture transplants that are free of 
diseases and pests. The system, which has been commercialized by 
Southern Sun, will produce CUStarts transplants in the company’s 
Acclimatron greenhouses in Hodges, S.C., using a natural-light, 
recirculating hydroponic system. The transplants are small enough to 
be shipped internationally and vigorous enough to be planted directly 
outdoors. Mail@SoSun.com; http://www.sosun.com
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