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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 44

I.P.P.S.—Ready for the 21st Century

O.A. "Jolly" Batcheller

pp: 277-280

It is indeed a privilege to be asked to speak to you this noon, and I assure you it is a great pleasure. There is no organization that I know of which ranks so high in my mind for the great work it does and for the ideals and motto to which it is devoted.

Mike and his Program Committee have scheduled an exciting variety of subjects and events, that will challenge all of us. I am glad to see that the committee believes in the axiom—"The mind can absorb no more than the tail can endure." I am also glad to see that they have renewed the use of the GO - Caution and Stop sign that I developed some 20 years ago.

The topic for this little talk is "I.P.P.S.—Ready for the 21st Century." I wish to announce it is not only ready but it is off and running. Membership is up and new regions are lining up to join. My recommendations are: keep doing what we are doing, only better. I will make some suggestions later.

There is only one problem on the horizon. Our international body is under

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