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Re: FW: feedback

  • Subject: Re: FW: feedback
  • From: Ray W <wie1086@oh.verio.com>
  • Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 17:29:33 -0400

Up here in north Ohio, plants are coming from Canada by the Semi load. Mostly
tropicals that I have noticed. I am sure it is many more. Aint it great how the
free trade agreement is working?


Mary Chastain wrote:

> Thanks Joe. We did everything exactly the way it was requested. I sent it
> air registered with all the paper work. I have had nothing but problems with
> Canada and refuse to ship to them again. Out of the last four shipments
> three have had problems and even it took for ever. Our inspector receive
> word a few weeks ago that they intend to make things even more difficult in
> the future. I have a copy of the fax from them to state inspectors. The
> state of TN ( not only on hostas ) has had so much trouble that things don't
> look good for the future. I have heard several things that may occur as a
> result of it.
> Mary

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