RE: titanum pollen
Now that this pollen transfer seems to have failed, I will send titanum
pollen from Holland to Ron. We had a flowering specimen here about 1.5
week ago. I guess the pollen should still be o.k. I am going to be away
from my email as of today, so I cannot answer any follow-up questions on
Ron, can you FAX your snail mail address asap to: (31)715275181, attnd.
mr Art Vogel. He'll send the pollen. Good luck!
> From: Don Martinson[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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> Sent: vrijdag 17 juli 1998 4:47
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: titanum pollen
> >'The pollen,' Gagliardo said dejectedly, 'seems to be
> >lost in the mail.'"
> The mail? The U.S. Mail?????
> While I generally respect and appreciate the USPS, I can't believe
> that the
> success of this unique opportunity was intrusted to the US Mail. Was
> no kind soul who would have volunteered to deliver this personally? I
> realize that Miami and Atlanta are some 650+ miles apart, but...
> Who of us hasn't driven 100's of miles out of our way to visit that
> "special" nursery or botanical garden?
> Oh well, "Sic transit Gloria Titani".
> Don Martinson
> Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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