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I have some information that I would like to include in the
Newsletter. In july, here in Brazil, we had the 4th Meeting of
specialists in Araceae. We made an abstract of the meeting, presenting
all specialists, who´s studying what, etc. It is in Portuguese, but I
can translate it to English. My English isnt quite as good as it should
be, but I think I can put two words together!
I am waiting for your opinion.
>We would like to have someone write a chatty sort of colum for the
>Newsletter. Most of the material would be on aroid-l and I would
>more information as it became available to me. Others would, I am
>send information to be included in this type of column... Something
>the coming and goings of people, growing of unusual plants, who bloomed
>what and how.... This would be something of a 'gossip column' with
>good things said. This is not a request for an accomplished writer.
>Anyone that can put two words together is certainly qualified. This
>only be four times a year.
>Anyone interested, please send me or Dr. Thompson a private e-mail...
>Certainly would be appreciated.
>Several of you have asked how you could get involved with the IAS....
>is one way!!
>Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
>THE PHILODENDRON PHREAQUE
>Your Source for Tropical Araceae
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