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Re: Re: AIS:Subsidizing Needs REGISTRATIONS

Dennis Hager writes:

>We all need the AIS. For me, the biggest reason, often taken for
>granted, is the system of registration. 

This strikes me as being an extremely valid point.  To have the
registrations and then publish them in the form of the check lists
is a major contribution to all types of iris interests.  With the
inter-species crosses and inter-type crosses, it is also invaluable
to hybridizers.  To achieve these without some sort of umbrella
organization to provide some consistent, unified structure would be very

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7, USA  

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