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REF: Hybridizing Book

From: Sharon McAllister <73372.1745@compuserve.com>

Message text written by Cindy Rust
>Are there so many
fewer people that like arils and arilbreds than those that like siberians

I don't know what the current membership is in those groups, but one
problem in marketing a book of arils and arilbreds is that ASI membership
has dropped markedly, there are fewer commercial sources than there were a
few years ago, and fewer hybridizers.   Most people who see a "real live" 
aril or arilbred fall for them, but with relatively limited distribution
and their early bloom season it's hard to get good exposure.

Sharon McAllister

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