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RE: SDB JUST A CROC; OT: July Bulletin

"tried that a couple of years ago but I never got a
reply back"

Sterling:  Try again - Brad is the first to tell you not to give up.  He'd rather be filling orders or hybridizing (or, according to Kathie, 'dreaming' of the crosses he'll make) than sitting at the computer.

Christian: Ok...so we'll sit on our lilypads while the others ignore us.;-)  I think people notice the timeliness (or tardiness) of the arrival of their AIS Bulletins when they can't be in the garden.  I remember more comments/concern about it off-season.

Linda B.

Troy, MI

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