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Preferred Growers &c

  A Posting from a savvy gardener and member of the AHS:

I think a preferred grower's list is very bad idea and since it would only 
make the organzation look silly,  in itself it does no harm.

You are in bad company,  BTW, I do not see your contributions to this current 
hosta ruckus.  I do feel any domination nor do I give one damn what the 
national officers do.  There will always be hostas for sale with or without 
the AHS seal of approval.
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