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  • Subject: SPEC: SIGNA seeds O/S
  • From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2001 09:54:02 +1100

>As for postal irradiation, there has been a great deal of discussion >of 
>this on several museum listservers.  The intensity of the radiation >being 
>used is so great that DNA is damaged, plastics can be made >brittle, and 
>magnetic media (like CDs and computer discs) would be >rendered useless.  
>Such radiation would certainly kill seeds.

Is there any point me even considering importing seeds from SIGNA this year? 
I would have to know that they were going to be viable, before spending the 
money, which is comsiderable by the time i pay for an international cheque.
Also, is there only one publication per year from SIGNA? I understood 
(perhaps wrongly) that there were 2. I paid membership last Dec, and just 
recently received my first magazine.
Cheers, Jan Clark, in Australia, where the TB blooms are still lingering.

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