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Re: Oh My Heart hosta

  • Subject: Re: Oh My Heart hosta
  • From: "Ransom Lydell" <ranbl@netsync.net>
  • Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 08:43:25 -0400

Actually the signed form dos have some problems.  That is why I have put it off.  Truth is I would like to have about a thousand to sell, and offer them all at once for around 25.00 @  Only drawback is time.  By the time I get that much stock , and the resulting 25000.00  I may be to old to have any fun spending it !!  Actually , Tc labs may be hesitant to touch this one, as it has yet to be proved that the TC material will bloom properly.
for the input.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jim Hawes
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 3:32 PM
Subject: Re: Oh My Heart hosta


While I was putting ideas to paper, Dan beat me to a lot of what  I wanted to suggest. But let me add some suggestions anyway..

1. By requiring a signed form, this appears to be too one-sided to protect the seller, you. Buyers might insist upon paying by check , requiring that they be released  from your agreement once you indorse  their check or share with anyone else any part of the money they give you for the hosta. This carries negotiations too far  to absurd limits of complexities  and becomes non-workable. I say forget such a signed form.

2.A sales agreement by you to limit sales in  any one season to a specific number (say 100) at a specific price (say 100 dollars for a two year old plant) would provide a gross income of 10,000 dollars for the new plant the first year.Is this not satisfactory for a new, outstanding plant? It seems better than most outright single sales of such plants for the  tissue culture market. If you feel you can not sell 100 plants at this price, then demand is not matched with supply and price.,

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