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Re: [aroid-l] Request about a plant of aroid family

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Ron, make yourself useful...!!
  • From: "Val Gillman" hortma@totheinter.net
  • Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2003 23:20:59 -0500

I wish I'd been on this list longer so I'd know what you all are talking
about. Oh, I know! you all are imbibing the dangerous alkaloids!
Val in Michigan usa

 Spathiphylla were confiscated & incinerated by my Lords &
> Masters at ADAP so that the potentially dangerous alkaloids in the genus
> could not spread beyond the Haha Mountain area to where I have escaped.
> Regarding my other related messages to a Lord Weep of the Nederlands they
> were diversions as he may be a Member of another organisation whose
> activities & products are being investigated.   One cannot be too cautious
> about people who grow strange plants these days.  I cannot reveal more
> becauseI am bound by the European Directive on Harmful Substances in
> Plants (EDOHS/FP).  Please watch for further permitted reports in just
> 40 days time

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