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Old August 31, 2018   #11
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Aloha Mark,
I do want to say Thank you for this thread and the hard work you and you staff have done this year. For me, you have shown me that dedication and research is the way to accomplish the goals we set. My year was nearly a bust as far as the results are concerned. But the learning was huge. Post hurricane is a mess . I did manage to save some Cherokee Purple's that were sprouting, but everything else got trashed from the wind and rain. My reservoir actually got so much return it flooded my lanai. But like many we are safe and can continue with this hobby.
Thanks again for your kindness and sharing of information. Not to mention your help and real advice.
Aloha & Mahalo,
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