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Re: Tattoo




indianabob wrote:

> >plant patents arenot worth the paper they are printed on.

Actually they are.  Home tc people and little old men are not really a big factor
in the market.  But you won't find Shady Oaks growing a patented plant without
paying a royalty to the patent holder.  Anybody seen Tatoo offered for sale
anywhere but Plant Delights?

> How many tc labs register  sport with growing it, real ethics.  How many
> dealers send a tc liner in a 1 gal pot at three or four times  the price
> ,again real ethics.
> How many dealers sell seedlings?
> how many catalogs u get saying  sum  and substnce very rare
> Hosta S.    elegans  Blue  choice and very reare

Lordy, who you been buying your hostas from?

Chick

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