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Re: AIS: Judges work load, etc

>Couldn't we require that a seedling be 'approved' by a 
unanimous vote
> of say 5-7 members of a local club before it would be 
eligible to be named.

I wonder how THORNBIRD would have fared under such a 
system?  Also, in the arilbred world some cultivars have 
been introduced based on what they were genetically, not 
looks or performance.  I wonder how such a system would 
handle less commonly grown types such as ABs.  I would 
think 5-7 people with veto power over an introduction too 
few and perhaps not always qualified on all iris types.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA

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