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Re: MEET JIM HEDGECOCK --Region 18 Hybridizer

In a message dated 96-11-20 10:32:35 EST, you write:

>This is the first in a series of 11 articles I would like to post, with 
>the hybridizers' written permission, from the Spring 1994 AIS Region 18 
>Bulletin (MO & KS).

Barb - this is wonderful!  Various of us have posted the wish that we knew
more about the hybridizers and what their hybridizing goals are.  Great
stuff.  Now if we could just add all the other hybridizers in the country and
find out which ones guest their introductions in lots of different regions
(well, ok, so I am really only interested in which ones guest their iris in
the southeast and some comments on which ones do best here : ))

Way to go!

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA

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