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Re: Why Grow Other's Seeds?

  • Subject: Re: Why Grow Other's Seeds?
  • From: Kris Groberg kgroberg@fargocity.com
  • Date: Sat, 04 Jan 2003 22:22:32 -0500

Alttara Scheer wrote:

> Dan's security did not let it through! Link to the shot on the FL
> website.
> (and other than that, I'm staying waaaay outta this conversation)
> Well, except to say that hybridizing is fun! Everyone should try it, at
> least once.
> -a.

Sheesh, Alttara, sorry I called you Narda. It's late, it's cold. I curate a
Viking ship, for crying out loud.

Kris Groberg, Ph.D.
Curator, Heritage Hjemkomst Interpretive Center
202 First Avenue North
Moorhead, Minnesota  56561-0157, USA
office fax:  218-299-5510
office phone:  218-299-5511 x226

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