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Re: (iris)CULT: Leading Edge Labels


Even in a not-so-hot climate, I have to do that to prevent  fading.  
   
  Ellen 

BillBLR@aol.com wrote:
  May I add a small item, if you are not already using it.
When writing the ID on the tag, turn it over and write enough to identify it 
on the back. Here in our hot sun the upturned tag fades but the reverse 
side does not.
Bill Blair, Tulsa


          Ellen Gallagher / ellengalla@yahoo.com / Editor, The Siberian Iris 
  Berlin, New Hampshire - USDA Zone 3 
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  (1996 - 1998 messages not archived)
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