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Re: Pseudonyms & seed auction

From: "Michael D. Greenfield" <redear@infinet.com>

> From: Irisborer@aol.com
> Well if folks are willing to buy seedlings.... maybe this is the right
time to
> ask THIS question...
> Many hybridizers end up with more seed than they can use, would folks be
> interested in purchasing (or bidding upon), seeds from a known cross?? 
> plant societies have seed auctions/sales..... maybe this would be
> entertaining for the iris folks.
> Kathy Guest... running an idea up the cyber-flagpole
> from East Aurora, NY
Sounds Interesting.  How does it work if one of these seeds grow into a
plant . Who names it ? who gets credit for what Just wondering.

Can you name a Iris after a character in a book without the authors
permission. Like Robin Hood., Little John  DarthVader. cant think of any
right now.

Michael D Greenfield 

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