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Re: Re: OT convention planning

Yes you do learn growing conditions of different types in the section
meetings and new developements also.  In Detroit there was a very nice
session on computers and Iris-l one evening and there are judging sessions
and they are on different types-always TBs but others are on the 2nd night
and different years different ones-last year it was medians. Attending the
convention you run into the Iris-l as we'll have a special name tag.  Yes
there are partial registrations, but it'll never be cheaper for you when you
don't have to add airfare. Anna Mae

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