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Re: Re: Plastic labels


I goofed on including a pic on hortnet. I'll send to iris photos


--- On Fri, 1/23/09, SDAyres2@aol.com <SDAyres2@aol.com> wrote:

> From: SDAyres2@aol.com <SDAyres2@aol.com>
> Subject: Re: [iris] Re: Plastic labels
> To: iris@hort.net
> Date: Friday, January 23, 2009, 8:04 AM
> Has anyone tried purchasing the weather proof labels (Avery
> 5520)?   You have 
> to use a laser printer (not an inkjet printer).  They have
> to  be special 
> ordered from an office supply store.   It is a little 
> pricey but you get 1500 
> labels per box.  This is the first year that I have  used
> them so I can't 
> personally vouch for the durability.  However, the  club
> has been using them for 
> years.  Their caveat is that you have to  thoroughly clean
> the area to which they 
> are being applied.
>  
> I am curious how long they will last.
>  
> Scarlett
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