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White w/red beards

Another Tom Burseen that he describes as chalky white with red-orange beards 
is SUDS.  Can't remember if I have seen this one or not.  Tom keeps fabulous 
records on his iris and has a very accurate stud book.  I don't know how he had 
the time to work a full time job, hybridize hundreds of iris, rework his beds 
and keep that book accurate.  He is now retired but like most retirees, 
either adds to the previous chores or finds that it now takes all day to do what 
one used to do after work (my problem).
Barbara Null
Tyler, TX

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