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Re: registration

> And if there is to be a preferred grower's program, I would rather it be a
> designation given to nurseries and mail-order growers who certify that what
> they sell is what you get. Or some kind of certification (like the BH&G
> Seal of Approval) given to growers with outstanding histories of consumer
> service and sale of quality plants. Although ads from any nursery could be
> carried in the Journal, Preferred Growers (by my definition) could be
> indicated with a logo..Seems this would do more to improve the hosta trade
> than any registration program would.
> Gerry


Now there is a good idea. I think were getting somewhere now. Supporting growers
that have a track record of quality plants. The AHS seal of approval for
outstanding growers. How about a yearly award to a longterm top grower.

Do you think that the committee in charge would go for such an idea?


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