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Re: Open Questions to the President

Joanne Pyszczek wrote:
> I wonder if the next logical step in the IAC/unregistered policy is to ban
> them form official display gardens?  After all they can't appear in
> any other "official" functions.  Just imagine wandering thru a beautiful
> garden where every other label says "Unregistered Seedling" or "Unregistered
> Sport of X"
> Joanne
> jopyz@earthlink.net

Or wandering through a hybridizer's garden on the tours at the next AHS
convention and seeing big holes everywhere, because the ungregistered
seedlings and sports had to be removed in order to be on the tour at

Diane Frederick
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