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Re: AIS: registration, out of class

Yes, Leroy Meininger had to change his class on Leanna (I think that was
the one), it was born and registered in Nebraska where it always was the
correct hight for BB. When he sent it to us in California to grow for him
it has never got below TB size. Go Figure!! lorraine in Modesto CA

Linda Mann wrote:

> BATIK was mentioned as consistently growing taller than its size class
> in some parts of the country.  We had a very tall stalk of BATIK in our
> show this year also.  Taller than many of the TB stalks on the table.
> So tall that one of the judges questioned the identity, but the other
> two assured him that is normal for BATIK.  They did move it to the BB
> table.
> ==Who determines whether or not a registered iris is actually in the
> correct class?  Isn't the hybridizer or introducer responsible for
> measuring the height?  Surely all new irises aren't sent to Mississippi
> prior to registration to make sure they aren't going to grow out of
> class <g>
> It sounds like BATIK would have been registered as a TB if it had been
> born in this part of the country.
> I've noticed that some TBs are registered with a range of heights -
> i.e., 35 to 37 inches.  Maybe it should have been registered with a
> height range of 24 to 36 inches, as a BB/TB.
> ==After the iris is widely distributed and it becomes known that the
> registration is incorrect concerning class, is the registration ever
> changed?
> --
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8
> East Tennessee Iris Society <http://www.korrnet.org/etis>
> American Iris Society web site <http://www.irises.org>
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