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January 2010

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Thanks for all the responses to  my search for  white sweet clover.  
Mike  Smith suggested Pleasant Valley and he was right; they carry it 
and  have some in stock and  claim they can get more. That's as far as I 
got,  but I'm relieved that it's still in the system .. I thought maybe 
there wasn't anyone growing seed anymore. Our Listserve comes through 
again! Jake Guest

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