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Andy Wheeler is a young man to watch.  The Maine Chancers saw his garden
and were very very impressed with his seedlings, his ability to grow them
in difficult soil, and his personal presence.  His is very bright, very 
knowledgeable, and an all around nice guy.  
Shure hope AIS has some scholarship money for him --
Andy's seedling was a dark blue with white veining -- very distinctive --
good color --
I loved John White's, too, some red in them -- a red veined 6+ was wonderful.
Carolyn Schaffner

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