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From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 1/19/1999 12:00:55 PM Central Standard Time, BILLS@hsc.edu

<< You will find that many of the smaller growers (who exercise
 care in serving their customers equal in many cases to the big guys) offer
 rhizomes of older but good varieties for even less than WalMart and the
 rip-off artists. >>

Many good growers.  The sad part of the WalMart/other stories is that they are
charging more that you would pay from a reputable supplier.  Most in the back
of the AIS bulletins are reliable.

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