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OT-BIO: Im back

Hello all,
    I used to be here a few years ago.  I was in high school when i first signed up.
  I moved from MI to NC recently.  A whole new garden game here Im learning.
  I had to leave my garden in MI for now.  When we purchase a house we will go get my garden:)  I have around 400 varieties of tb's.  I intend to do a small amount of hybridizing in the spring.  Once my new gardens are established I plan to start a breeding program very seriously.
  I look foreward to learning some more from all you folks.


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