[nafex] plant matter & irradiation

del stubbs pinewoodel at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 19 17:27:45 EST 2001




>From: Thomas Olenio <tolenio at sentex.net>
>I would mark the package "living plant material enclosed" and ask the
>postmaster if there is any special procedure for shipping plants.  
>Then>share your findings here.
>I am sure there is a process in place.

Tom, we'll see if your confidence in the usps is worthy.
The regional postmster here said "I don't have a clue, and can't help you"
After a predictably frustrating hour of phone calls, taped messges and 
wandering through their web site.......I sucesfully posted the 
question....the site promises an answer in a day... stay posted!

(I had lazily hoped that one of the commercial shippers on this newsgroup 
had dealt with it already), so I'll report back with what they hopefully 
reply. del

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