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Re: AD: Wichita Iris Club Internet Sale

On 30 Jul 2003 at 20:10, rod suchy wrote:

> We had a great sale this past weekend, but we have extra Iris to sell
> from our Regional Guest Beds.
> This value is for 1998-2002 intro's that are freshly dug, and only $6.00
> each. Immediate shipping with Paypal or money order.
> Shipping is $6.00 minimum, or accordingly with the qty ordered. Varieties
> are limited, for a list E-mail:
> ras357@juno.com, or any questions you might have.
> Rod Suchy
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I thought there was something in the AIS policies that discouraged this.

Consider the hybridizer who has the price of a 2002 introduction at $20 and your 
price is $6.

The fairness of this procedure has been discussed on iris-talk before.

Did you notify the hybridizers when they guested their plants that you were going to 
have an internet sale at such bargain prices?

I think before you ship orders you should consult with AIS Liason and see exactly 
what the AIS policy is on the sale of such plants since the hybridizers sent them to 
Wichita as an AIS sanctioned event.

I know the hybridizers would appreciate a clarification.

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8

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