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Re: Tattoo----Solution to the Problem


Kate I failed to add the words on purpose. Re-read as it shud have been.

The very last thing a grower would do is have or sell diseased plants ON
PURPOSE.

At 11:28 AM 9/21/99 PDT, you wrote:
>I wish that was true!  That's why I use the word of mouth system on who I
>buy from.   I bought plants from a local nursery and lost them all because
>of a disease they had not taken care.  That nuresery denied the problem but
>others mentioned they had the same problem from the same place.  We no
>longer do business with them.
>
>Kate
>
>> The very last thing a grower would do is have or sell diseased plants.
>> 
>> At 09:29 AM 9/21/99 -0400, you wrote:
>> >Beth Arnold wrote:
>> >
>> >> Now all things considered, are not nurseries supposed to sell plants
>that
>> >> are free of disease?
>> >
>> >Nurseries are not supposed to KNOWINGLY sell diseased plants.  I have no
>> >knowledge of the situation, but I can guarantee that Tony did not sell
>you
>> >plants that he knew had a problem.
>> >
>> >Chick
>> >
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>> I'm sorry to report that cooperation is not."
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