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Re: Re: AIS: membership trends - more

I agree.  TBIS is a must for all iris growers-lovers.  Pictures are great
and so is the informative articles they include. Off hand I can not give
you the cost of a subscription, it is around $10. a year and well worth
it. We have belonged since the later 90`s and have keep every issue.  If
TBIS would want to unite with AIS, I will endorse it, if they prefer to
continue as is, I will have no problem with that.   Len S.

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