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Re: [Aroid-l] Moving from Florida and the Aroid show in September

    Hello Kirk, I was wondering if you  planned on making it to the AIS show in Miami at the Faircghild botanical gardens?  It is really nice.  Many of us will be there ;-)   


Kirk Martin <kwmartin@earthlink.net> wrote:

>I would like to thank everyone who responded to my posting.  Nearly everyone stated that unless I was hauling citrus or plant nursery stock, I should have no problem crossing the border. I can breathe a little easier knowing my plants won't end up in a trash can or quarantine station after driving 1,200 miles. There were fortunately/unfortunately too many responses to reply to directly but if quantity is any indicator: I'm going to enjoy meeting all the plant people in Florida.
>Thanks again and good growing,
>Kirk Martin
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