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Re: AIS: Judging

Ian E. Efford wrote:
> To repeat my point more simply; the AIS judging process appears to have
> a lot of intellectual flaws which will inevitably result in
> inconsistencies.  An effort should be made to improve the process in
> order to reduce the level of "opinion" and thereby increase the
> predictability of the results.  I would like to see a comparison of the
> results of three judges against those from three people selected from
> the uninformed (= non-gardeners).  Would there be a difference and, if
> so, why?


Glenn Corlew is the AIS Chairman of Judges and I am sure he would
welcome your criticism.  His address is 2229 Ptarmigan Dr #4, Walnut
Creek, CA 94595.  Tel: 510-932-1998.  BTW, I think there is a standing
committee to revise the Judge's Handbook so this would be an opportune
time to inform these people who could possibly "improve the process".   

Rick Tasco
Superstition Iris Gardens
Central California
Zone 8

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