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Re: New plant hybridizers list

    You didn't fully answer my question. What kind of "professional"? An
exterminator? Under what listing does the person in Indianapolis register in
the yellow pages? I might seriously be in need of someone, if indeed I do
have them. I am growing hosta for resale and would hate to think I am
spreading mites around. I don't know where I could get some help if I do
have them but would like to try. Hope you can answer this for me. I do
appreciate help from people who know what they are talking about. I am
relatively new at this. Thanks
Jean Carpenter
Mountain View, MO

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