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Re: Irradation

  • Subject: Re: Irradation
  • From: Don Martinson <llmen@wi.rr.com>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2001 18:41:27 -0500 (CDT)

>What will be the effect on seeds and plants by the Post Office's new
>irradation machines.  If you mail seeds or plants...  will they be mush on
>arrival?  What do you think?
>Dewey

They will have to make some sort of accommodation for businesses such 
as seed houses and nurseries.  How that may effect those of us who 
mail in less than bulk quantities is anyone's guess.

To order a supply of my new lead-lined envelopes, go to: 
http://...........    ;)

-- 
Don Martinson
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Mailto:llmen@wi.rr.com






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