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Re: Standard Dwarf Bearded is not a Median???
  • Subject: Re: Standard Dwarf Bearded is not a Median???
  • From: Jean Richter <richter@eecs.berkeley.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2011 15:42:09 -0700


A iris entered as a seedling cannot win best in show,
and didn't win such at Fresno.


On 4/20/2011 3:10 PM, STEVE KELLY wrote:
> ï
> I was not aware that a seedling can win best of show? Is this correct?
> I know at our recent show, the best in show was judged before the
> seedlings were even judged.
> What is the policy on this?
> Thanks
> Steve Kelly
> Fresno Iris Society had their spring show last Saturday.
> Small but considering all the weather we have had close to
> 100 irises showing is not bad. Bill Tyson's seedling won
> best of show, a nice looking pink aril (forgot if it was
> bred or med.)
> One of the judges said our schedule was wrong! SDBs are not
> medians and should not be classed as such.
> Now I really am confused and thought I would ask the
> question here. Are SDBs in with the IBs and BBs as a median?????
> She could not find it in the judges handbook either - I
> asked her to show me where it was so stated.
> Janet Smith
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