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Etera


Etera has been our major perennial supplier.  Their products (coco fiber 
pots excepted) are good even if the selection is dated.  We will miss 
them.  On the other hand, the way they treat their distribution channels, 
there should be no surprise here.  Many people have been actively seeking 
alternatives to Etera because of their predatory practices.  I am not 
telling tales, I have had this same conversation with Etera executives.

Floyd Rogers
Butterfield Gardens

At 10:07 AM 7/24/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Etera is seeking to remedy past financial and operating
>hurdles such as overexpansion, quality assurance, customer service and
>inventory shrinkage.

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