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Re: HYB: R & Is

From: Mike Lowe <mlowe@worldiris.com>

Bill Shear writes...

>You know that when Schreiners, with tens of thousands of
>seedlings under evaluation, introduces only 6-10 per year, the idea of some
>backyard hybridizer registering 40 gets put into perspective.

And the fact that, between the award of the Hybridizer's Medal 44 years ago
to the Schreiner family and the award of the Hybridizer's Medal to Ray
Schreiner in 1998: they have won eight Dykes Medals, 3 Wister medals and
113 Award of Merit or equivalent awards, tells you that 'someone there has
a fine eye for picking good iris!'  8-;



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