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Members of the South and Central Region requested to this year’s Regional Meeting early in the season, so that is exactly what we did. There were also several requests to learn what wholesalers  want from growers, what they buy, how they treat the flowers, etc. So, on May 21, we met at American Agroproducts in Dallas, Texas. Tomas Armida-Graham has been an ASCFG member for years and a big supporter of ASCFG. He graciously opened up his business to us and he and his staff showed us everything.

They began the tour with a film from a huge grower in South America which was very interesting and informative. Then we toured the whole facility, saw how the flowers arrive and what happens to them once they arrive. The coolers are huge and were full of a huge selection of materials. They have a main cooler, a tropical cooler and a greens cooler. Lots of questions were asked and each and everyone of them was answered. Ann Ford and Lisa Behm did the majority of the talking and answering of questions. Ann and Lisa have been involved in the floral business for around 20 years each, so they knew what they were talking about.

The group wanted next year's Regional Meeting to be early again, around the same time. It looks like we will be visiting Paula Grote at Texas Bloomers in south Texas next year. More to be announced on that in January.

[141] Bigglestone, William E., "Irrespective of Color," Oberlin Alumni Magazine . 77 (Spring 1981), 35-36.

[152] Chapin, William H., "Landmarks of Early Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine , 26 (October 1929) to 27 (May 1931) in 18 installments as follows: "The Beginnings of Oberlin" (October 1929); various College buildings (November 1929-December 1930); "Early School Houses" (January 1931); "The First Church" (February 1931); "Streets and Roads" (March 1931), "Mills and Factories" (April 1931); "The College Campus" (May 1931).

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Members of the South and Central Region requested to this year’s Regional Meeting early in the season, so that is exactly what we did. There were also several requests to learn what wholesalers  want from growers, what they buy, how they treat the flowers, etc. So, on May 21, we met at American Agroproducts in Dallas, Texas. Tomas Armida-Graham has been an ASCFG member for years and a big supporter of ASCFG. He graciously opened up his business to us and he and his staff showed us everything.

They began the tour with a film from a huge grower in South America which was very interesting and informative. Then we toured the whole facility, saw how the flowers arrive and what happens to them once they arrive. The coolers are huge and were full of a huge selection of materials. They have a main cooler, a tropical cooler and a greens cooler. Lots of questions were asked and each and everyone of them was answered. Ann Ford and Lisa Behm did the majority of the talking and answering of questions. Ann and Lisa have been involved in the floral business for around 20 years each, so they knew what they were talking about.

The group wanted next year's Regional Meeting to be early again, around the same time. It looks like we will be visiting Paula Grote at Texas Bloomers in south Texas next year. More to be announced on that in January.

[141] Bigglestone, William E., "Irrespective of Color," Oberlin Alumni Magazine . 77 (Spring 1981), 35-36.

[152] Chapin, William H., "Landmarks of Early Oberlin," Oberlin Alumni Magazine , 26 (October 1929) to 27 (May 1931) in 18 installments as follows: "The Beginnings of Oberlin" (October 1929); various College buildings (November 1929-December 1930); "Early School Houses" (January 1931); "The First Church" (February 1931); "Streets and Roads" (March 1931), "Mills and Factories" (April 1931); "The College Campus" (May 1931).

Members of the South and Central Region requested to this year’s Regional Meeting early in the season, so that is exactly what we did. There were also several requests to learn what wholesalers  want from growers, what they buy, how they treat the flowers, etc. So, on May 21, we met at American Agroproducts in Dallas, Texas. Tomas Armida-Graham has been an ASCFG member for years and a big supporter of ASCFG. He graciously opened up his business to us and he and his staff showed us everything.

They began the tour with a film from a huge grower in South America which was very interesting and informative. Then we toured the whole facility, saw how the flowers arrive and what happens to them once they arrive. The coolers are huge and were full of a huge selection of materials. They have a main cooler, a tropical cooler and a greens cooler. Lots of questions were asked and each and everyone of them was answered. Ann Ford and Lisa Behm did the majority of the talking and answering of questions. Ann and Lisa have been involved in the floral business for around 20 years each, so they knew what they were talking about.

The group wanted next year's Regional Meeting to be early again, around the same time. It looks like we will be visiting Paula Grote at Texas Bloomers in south Texas next year. More to be announced on that in January.


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