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Re: Aroid Cultivar Registration


Dear Ms. Atwood:

Kudos on this initiative! Seems long overdue to this recent convert to
aroids from the lunatic fringe of orchid and carnivorous plant cultivation.
In any event - Godspeed and best wishes!

J. Vannini

-----Original Message-----

>Hello fellow aroiders,
>
>I am going to attempt to get the Aroid Cultivar Registration effort off the
>ground. Right now I am gathering together all the paperwork from previous
>registration efforts. I need to contact other Registrars to see if I can
>learn something about the process from their experiences. If any of you are
>involved with other plant societies and if you know whether they have a
>registrar for recording cultivars, or if you are involved with registration
>yourself, please contact me privately with the registrar's name and address
>(hopefully email addresses) so I can reach them for assistance.
>






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