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Re: Moderated List


Hey Don...no one is perfect...but I'm so glad aroid-l is being moderated
because the less junk in my life, the happier I am...thanks for sifting out
that junk.
Petra

Subject: Junk Mail on the List


> Aroiders,
>
> As you know this is a moderated list. Moderated it may be, but when the
> moderator is distracted errors can happen, and that is what happened this
> afternoon. The message a couple of you have since written about slipped
> through my fingers (literally) and made it to the list. You have my
apology
> for allowing this event to take place.
>
> The frequency of junk mail has increased markedly in recent months. The
> purveyers of this kind of trash are aiming for the mail lists because of
> their wide coverage and the reasonably valid mail lists they use. For
those
> of you who have questioned in the past why the list is moderated, you have
> just witnessed one of several reasons.
>
> Back to Aroids... please.
>
> For those of you in the colder climates, the warm weather is not that far
> away. And with it will come new growth. I am in the middle of repotting
> Amorphophallus tubers at the moment and am seeing tubers showing signs of
> growth already, and its not even March. On the opposite side of this story
> are my A. titanums that have all gone dormant since our severe cold spell
> in January. Hopefully there are still tubers in those containers!
>
>
>
> Don Burns
> Fort Lauderdale FL    USA
> Zone 10b
>
>
>





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