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Re: Re: Hibs

You never know in California. Perhaps Equilization has more to do with
Equal Opportunity. Perhaps he must grow as many pink hibs as yellow hibs
and must market them on an equal level. Maybe Equilzation will require
him to diversify. If he's growing only hibs, that's sort of
discriminatory to the rest of the plant world, don't you think?


Marge wrote:
but cannot imagine what they are trying to equalize in
the plant world?  Like, does David have to have all his pots the same
size or what?  Maybe he has to certify that each plant gets an equal
amount of water, light and fertilizer?  That all the panes in the
glasshouse are an equal size? All his labels are an equal size?  All
his benches an equal size? What else could be uniform in the plant
world?  Certainly hope he doesn't have to make sure all the leaves
and flowers on his plants are an equal size, but, considering it is
California...could be....:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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