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Fw: Great News for Plant Buyers and Sellers

> I also have some really great news for those of  
> you that are growing plants, as well as those of 
> you that love to buy nice plants at really good 
> prices. 
> I received a notice from the Ohio Department of 
> Agriculture stating that other states in the U.S. 
> no longer require the filing of nursery inspection 
> certificates for non-resident nurseries shipping  
> stock into their states. 
> Wyoming does require that each non-resident nursery 
> shipping stock into the state of Wyoming pay a  
> license fee of $25.00. 
> What this means to all of us. 
> This is my interpretation only.  If you are a grower 
> check with your state dept. of Agriculture to make 
> sure you are in compliance. 
> This means that just about any nursery that is  
> properly licensed in their own state can now sell 
> their plants in any state in the U.S. without the 
> hassle of a lot of paper work. 
> This is really great news for both buyers and sellers! 
> And to celebrate these new changes I am for the time 
> being, offering those of you that are growing plants, 
> and are one of my customers, a free web page at  
> freeplants.com  to advertise your plants for sale. 
> It is my recommendation that you offer rooted cuttings 
> and one year old plants.  I feel that one year old  
> plants are the ideal size to be sold this way. 
> You can communicate with potential buyers via e-mail 
> and then exchange money through regular mail or a 
> service like PayPal,(I'll tell you a little more 
> about PayPal later.) 
> Your frozen gardening buddy, 
> Mike 

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