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Re: Part 3 IAC Birthday Party Tour/Growers, Arise

In a message dated 9/28/1999 9:52:39 PM Central Daylight Time, 
AmberWaveG@aol.com writes:

<< I belive that the American Hosta Growers Association should be givin a 
 position on the AHS board rather than a non voting position simply titled 
 AHGA Liasion.  >>

Just imagine what the effect would be if the growers simply pulled out of the 
AHS and formed their own society. No more contributions from the growers to 
the annual auction; no more info on the AHS Robin from the most knowledgeable 
and influential group; no more info in the Journal about a great number of 
new hybrids; no more participation on Committees==I think the effect would in 
effect sink the AHS into perhaps what it should be and always has been==a 
group of Ol'Boys.

The New Growers Assn could easily handle the the registration of hostas.There 
is no law that says the AHS-BHHS arrangement with the ICNCP must be the sole 
registration authority.

Clyde Crockett z5
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