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International Association of Pelargonium Breeders

  • Subject: International Association of Pelargonium Breeders
  • From: Sandy Connerley sandyc@SURFARI.NET
  • Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 20:02:06 -0800

Hello Everyone,
    A few months ago I was quoting from Geraniums Around the World
 issues from the early 1970's.  People were invited to subscribe the The
Pelargonium Breeder and Hamilton Tyler was the author of the
invitations.  He also wrote for GATW.  In the first issue of The
Pelargonium Breeder it was stated that the IAPB (International
Association of Pelargonium Breeders) would be publishing this quarterly
    Does anyone know who the original members of IAPB might have been,
if IAPB was incorporated as a non-profit organization, or anything at all?
    Hope to hear from someone with any of this information.

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