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Re: OT AIS membership

In a message dated 1/26/2005 12:15:31 PM Central Standard Time, 
waltseed2@yahoo.com writes:

> I think it is time for iris breeders to get to working on this.  Partially 
> kidding.

From which direction? <laughin">

As a point in passin', I sometimes have irises bloom 10 months out of the 
year. I cannot get pollen to take in all those months either banked or fresh. To 
be fair the irises look awful in off months.

I've not had kids in a while.... when I did, they looked awful at first too.

Rollin' in the floor,
Bill Burleson

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