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  December newsletter
From: Lester Kallus <lester at kallus.com> on 2020.09.07 at 10:55:16(24394)
I’m submitting this to Aroid-L now because
there are only 70 days left before a submission deadline for the
December IAS Newsletter, Issue 42-04.

So far, I have a Table of Contents without listings & a
green box on the mailing page reminding members to renew
membership online.

This makes for a very quick read – but some would argue that
it’s not very educational (or interesting, for that matter).

There will be an online supplement entitled “The European Aroid
Community – New Interest in the Age of Social Media” but, as I
mentioned, that will be available online only.

I urge any potential authors to consider contributing to the
printed newsletter.

Lester

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From: Jill Bell <jb_bell at comcast.net> on 2020.09.07 at 12:17:25(24395)
Someone should consider writing about what is going on with the price of aroids! I can’t believe what they are going for. Therefore, there must be many more aroid enthusiasts out there. Thoughts?



On Sep 7, 2020, at 12:55 PM, Lester Kallus wrote:
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From: Cyndi Krall <cyndikrall at aol.com> on 2020.09.07 at 13:31:44(24396)
I agree that there are many new collectors out there. I see it all the time on the Facebook plant groups. People join groups and fall in love with Aroids and many are willing to pay the high prices. Plants that I am waiting patiently to decrease in price are still going for high prices despite being around for a long time. I've heard horror stories about people fighting over plants at shows, believe it or not. Crazy times.

Cyndi

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