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Re: transporting cut leaf specimens

BBROWNJ@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 98-06-18 01:31:56 EDT, you write:
> << my judge couldnt see the top of some laves with long petioles, and was
>   hesitant to have the clerks move them about. >>
> The clerk can put container on floor for a moment if judge can see leaf
> better. Clerk only one who can move leaf, i.e. touch container.
I've done that as a clerk for iris shows when the judge isn't as tall
as the stalk.  It works very well. 
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