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Help with the Iris registry

The link i provided seems not to work directly so go
to this link http://www.ishs.org/sci/icraname.htm and
then click on the highlighted name of the
international cultivated code. The old version of the
code used to be on the world wide web but that site is
down. this may get you to at least excerpts of the new
rules but I have not followed all the links.

An important point to note is that the AIS registrar
does not make the international rules. As registrar I
am sure he could participate in the huge congress of
horticulturalists that hammer out this code. But It is
a code created for all cultivated plants and by
horticulturalists from many countries. It is designed
to limit fraudulent advertizing worldwide and
designating garden plants for every gardener in the
world. It protects from the unscrupulous nursery
listing phony names on plants in international
commerce. USA regulations are generally not as strict
and buyers have little protection domestically from
unscrupulous advertizers.

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