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Re: Will the real registrar please stand up

Jim Hawes/ClarenceIII and all ...It comes to mind, that a many many hosta 
types (maybe hundreds) ..may exist in Japan? ...STATUS = (not registered 
with "AHS'in-cap") er whatever that nonsense'ickal'initials are...

It also comes to mind, that this particular JAPANESE HOSTA STATUS may be 
relevant ..to/with the new proposed AHS policy pertaining to "forcing 
registration" to recognize types and to be able to participate? ..and of 
course, this also applies to all the other countries in the world, outside 
of USA ..whom are selling unregistered hostas ..what do you think 
..relevant, or not?

Of course, CfIII (Clarence?) stated, the REGISTRATION POLICY is shelved, 
but he forgot the say the magic word "FOREVER!" ..so we must assume it will 
be back on the floor? ..or is it in fact "gone forever"?

just some thoughts
<< stimulated by AWE'zies post below >>
At 02:26 PM 9/9/99 -0400, JIM HAWES wrote:
>Lori, Clyde and others interested,
>While Falstad states in his post of Sept 7, entitled Re: Enough ::
>" Keep in mind that the American Hosta Society is not the international
>registration authority for the genus Hosta."
>Roger Bowden of Devon, England stated in his post of Sept 9 that the AHS
>is the International Registration Authority and that Dave Stevenson is
>its appointee.
>Jim Wilkins states on page four  in the Yearbook for 1999, "As a
>society, we serve as the registration authority for the genus Hosta" .
>The score is two to one in this statement  of fact. Anyone care to
>clarify further?
>Jim Hawes
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