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cultivar name establishment - last call for vol33

  • Subject: cultivar name establishment - last call for vol33
  • From: "Derek Burch" <derek@horticulturist.com>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2010 11:28:27 -0500

	Before a cultivar name can be submitted for registration, it must be
"established" by being published in a dated paper publication. A nursery
catalog is fine, provided that it is circulated in a hard copy form, rather
than on the internet, and has a description and is dated with at least the

	Not everyone introduces their cultivars through a nursery, so
Aroideana will publish names in a suitable manner at the request of the
introducer. A simple form for this purpose is available on www.aroid.org in
the section dealing with cultivars.

I am close to closing the next volume (Aroideana 33), and would strongly
recommend getting the simple form completed. Please let me know off-list
(derek@horticulturist.com) if youwish to take part in this.


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