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Re: Cymbidium -Dave

> It's just that usually when I click the Daves link from Google it turns
> out to be incomplete info. It's unfullfilling to come across an entry
> for which most sections say "Unknown-Tell us". And I don't really know
> these people or how accurate they are. Anyone can put anything they want
> on there - doesn't mean it is true.

That's one of the problems I was struggling with on hort.net -- how do I
ensure that the data I'm getting is worthwhile?

I just settled it through inaction, I guess...


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