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Re: REB: Merit

From: "Sterling Okase" <sterling_o@hotmail.com>

>Sterling Okase wrote:
>>  Does anyone know what the agricultural laws are regarding sending
>> pollen to Australia? I am thinking if it does not rain here that I 
>I have sent lily pollen to both Australia and NZ with no
>Just in case put it inside a couple of sheets of paper.
>John Montgomery
Thanks John,

So I am thinking, I should let the anthers dry a bit then enclose them 
in a small paper enclosure of some kind (so the pollen doesn't fall off 
all inside the envelope) then put it in an envelope to mail. Is this how 
you do it?

Iris Maniac,
Sterling (not Innerst)
Seattle, WA. Zone 8

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