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Re: Calender

Clarence, you said:

It is only last year that the AIS
policy to avoid naming newer iris cultivars

Would you say some more about how extensive this policy is? Do the policy
mean ALL publications, or publications used for PR?  Will the Bulletin be
restricted from naming new, eligible for award, iris in text reviews, photos,


Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY where there is no snow in North Buffalo, but
some lies around the edges in the South Towns.  Predictions are that there
will not be any snow in Buffalo for Xmas!!

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