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Re: [Aroid-l] Shipping plants into Arizona UPDATE

At 04:21 AM 2/17/05, Bamboo Chik wrote:

I have not had plants intercepted in AZ but I have in CA. If you have your
nurseries name on it, you can bet they will intercept it. I no longer will
ship to CA....b.f.n..deb/AL

If you are a licensed and inspected nursery, you have ready access to the right paperwork. I would cry large slow tears down my cheeks if nobody was gonna ship to me in California!

Legal like I mean. since i have a nursery, i stand to lose at least a great deal were i do ODD ILLEGAL things.

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