[Fwd: American Maize Scouts]

Ed Coe ed at teosinte.agron.missouri.edu
Wed Nov 26 11:57:03 EST 1997

This forwarded inquiry would be a good one on which to share your
response with  netters.
If you know this history, I expect other colleagues will be interested.
The same thought applies to quite a few of the messages we get on this
net; when we respond, let's give threading an opportunity, for the
benefit of all.

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Subject: American Maize Scouts
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If you have any information on American Maize Scouts I would apprechiate it
if you could send it to me. I am from South Africa and we want to try this
concept here. My E-mail Adress is lompies.hotmail.com  . Any information or
where i could get hold of such information would come in handy.



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