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  • M.Kazemi
    Dear All I would like to have telephon conversation with the director of Turkmenistan pomegranate research station or director of the Turkmen Experimental
    Message 1 of 25 , Mar 2, 2008
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      Dear All

       I would like to have telephon conversation with the director of Turkmenistan pomegranate research station or director of the Turkmen Experimental Station of Plant Genetic Resources. If anybody have his telephon or email please be kind and let me know it.
      Thank you very much
      Kazemi


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    • ariel023
      Hi Mr Kazemi I think you should read the books of Dr Gregory Levin In addition you may google: Pomegranate diversity and get the specialist name Barbara Baer
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        Hi Mr Kazemi

        I think you should read the books of Dr Gregory Levin

        In addition you may google: Pomegranate diversity and get
        the specialist name

        Barbara Baer had difficulties getting into the collection

        As you know, the PG collection is replanted every 30 years

        You may read various past posts about Turkemenistan

        Bye

        Ariel
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      • M.Kazemi
        Dear Mr. Ariel Thank you very much for your responce and good attention. Kazemi ariel023 wrote: Hi Mr Kazemi I think you should read
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          Dear Mr. Ariel
           Thank you very much for your responce and good attention.
          Kazemi 

          ariel023 <ariel023@...> wrote:
          Hi Mr Kazemi

          I think you should read the books of Dr Gregory Levin

          In addition you may google: Pomegranate diversity and get
          the specialist name

          Barbara Baer had difficulties getting into the collection

          As you know, the PG collection is replanted every 30 years

          You may read various past posts about Turkemenistan

          Bye

          Ariel
          with Dr Gregory Levin


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        • Harvey Correia
          Hello Kazemi, Your enthusiasm is something I enjoy reading. If it is not clear from Ariel s current posts or if you have not read his older posts, he lives
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            Hello Kazemi,
             
            Your enthusiasm is something I enjoy reading.  If it is not clear from Ariel's current posts or if you have not read his older posts, he lives nearby Dr. Gregory Levin who worked in Turkmenistan with pomegranates for some 30 or 40 years but the Pomegranate Roads book includes third-hand reports by Dr. Levin that the plantation was destroyed but Ariel does not believe this to be the case (if I have understood Ariel's messages correctly).  Ariel could contact Dr. Levin for you as he sees him frequently after first visiting him to deliver some books to him passed on by Barbara Baer who is also a member of this group.
             
            Are you thinking of traveling to Turkmenistan?  Is that safe travel for you?
             
            Cheers,
             
            Harvey

            "M.Kazemi" <takro100@...> wrote:
            Dear Mr. Ariel
             Thank you very much for your responce and good attention.
            Kazemi 

            ariel023 <ariel023@zahav. net.il> wrote:
            Hi Mr Kazemi

            I think you should read the books of Dr Gregory Levin

            In addition you may google: Pomegranate diversity and get
            the specialist name

            Barbara Baer had difficulties getting into the collection

            As you know, the PG collection is replanted every 30 years

            You may read various past posts about Turkemenistan

            Bye

            Ariel
            with Dr Gregory Levin


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          • M.Kazemi
            Dear Harvey Thank you for attention. You are very kind to me. I wish health and happiness for you. I am not going to Turkmenistan at the present time but may
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              Dear Harvey
              Thank you for attention. You are very kind to me. I wish health and happiness for you. I am not going to Turkmenistan at the present time but may be I will travel to  there a few mounts later to visit its Pomegranat orchrads. Just now I am going to collect more information about Pomegranate from all over the worlds. Thus I think conversation with researcher such as this specialists could help me in this way.
              Alsi I hope you are very kind to me and help me.
              Thanks again.
              Kazemi

              Harvey Correia <harveycorreia@...> wrote:
              Hello Kazemi,
               
              Your enthusiasm is something I enjoy reading.  If it is not clear from Ariel's current posts or if you have not read his older posts, he lives nearby Dr. Gregory Levin who worked in Turkmenistan with pomegranates for some 30 or 40 years but the Pomegranate Roads book includes third-hand reports by Dr. Levin that the plantation was destroyed but Ariel does not believe this to be the case (if I have understood Ariel's messages correctly).  Ariel could contact Dr. Levin for you as he sees him frequently after first visiting him to deliver some books to him passed on by Barbara Baer who is also a member of this group.
               
              Are you thinking of traveling to Turkmenistan?  Is that safe travel for you?
               
              Cheers,
               
              Harvey

              "M.Kazemi" <takro100@yahoo. com> wrote:
              Dear Mr. Ariel
               Thank you very much for your responce and good attention.
              Kazemi 

              ariel023 <ariel023@zahav. net.il> wrote:
              Hi Mr Kazemi

              I think you should read the books of Dr Gregory Levin

              In addition you may google: Pomegranate diversity and get
              the specialist name

              Barbara Baer had difficulties getting into the collection

              As you know, the PG collection is replanted every 30 years

              You may read various past posts about Turkemenistan

              Bye

              Ariel
              with Dr Gregory Levin


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            • ariel023
              Dear Harvey and Kazemi Dr Levin is not updated with the Turkmenistan collection since the time he had left it around the year 2001-2 The collection was not
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                Dear Harvey and Kazemi
                Dr Levin is not updated with the Turkmenistan collection
                since the time he had left it around the year 2001-2

                The collection was not grown under the best top
                horticultural practices due to budget cuts

                Only Professor Mars from Tunisia and other Turkmenistan
                Officials could tell us about the collection performance

                All my emails about this subject were never answered

                May be, these people will answer american emails

                Ariel
              • Harvey Correia
                Hello my friend Kazemi, It is a pleasure to be able to discuss pomegranates with people from around the world and I am especially delighted to talk to
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                  Hello my friend Kazemi,
                   
                  It is a pleasure to be able to discuss pomegranates with people from around the world and I am especially delighted to talk to pomeganate lovers such as yourself who are from places I can only imagine visiting (at the present time, at least).
                   
                  Can packages be sent to and from the USA and Iran without being confiscated?  I can honestly say I have not heard of anyone mailing a package from the USA and Iran and worry about the governments may do with any packages coming from or going to so-called hostile nations.
                   
                  There are a few books that may be purchased from Richard Ashoton's web site via electronic formats that are relatively inexpensive.  I don't know if Pomegranate Roads will ever be published in electronic format but Barbara Baer of this group may enter this discussion and let us know.
                   
                  If you ever make it to Turkmenistan, I would be most interested if you could ever locate the elusive so-called blue pomegranate.  It may only be a novelty item, but I would love to be able to see it and grow it some day.
                   
                  Thank you,
                   
                  Harvey
                   
                  Best wishes,
                   
                  Harvey

                  "M.Kazemi" <takro100@...> wrote:
                  Dear Harvey
                  Thank you for attention. You are very kind to me. I wish health and happiness for you. I am not going to Turkmenistan at the present time but may be I will travel to  there a few mounts later to visit its Pomegranat orchrads. Just now I am going to collect more information about Pomegranate from all over the worlds. Thus I think conversation with researcher such as this specialists could help me in this way.
                  Alsi I hope you are very kind to me and help me.
                  Thanks again.
                  Kazemi

                  Harvey Correia <harveycorreia@ yahoo.com> wrote:
                  Hello Kazemi,
                   
                  Your enthusiasm is something I enjoy reading.  If it is not clear from Ariel's current posts or if you have not read his older posts, he lives nearby Dr. Gregory Levin who worked in Turkmenistan with pomegranates for some 30 or 40 years but the Pomegranate Roads book includes third-hand reports by Dr. Levin that the plantation was destroyed but Ariel does not believe this to be the case (if I have understood Ariel's messages correctly).  Ariel could contact Dr. Levin for you as he sees him frequently after first visiting him to deliver some books to him passed on by Barbara Baer who is also a member of this group.
                   
                  Are you thinking of traveling to Turkmenistan?  Is that safe travel for you?
                   
                  Cheers,
                   
                  Harvey

                  "M.Kazemi" <takro100@yahoo. com> wrote:
                  Dear Mr. Ariel
                   Thank you very much for your responce and good attention.
                  Kazemi 

                  ariel023 <ariel023@zahav. net.il> wrote:
                  Hi Mr Kazemi

                  I think you should read the books of Dr Gregory Levin

                  In addition you may google: Pomegranate diversity and get
                  the specialist name

                  Barbara Baer had difficulties getting into the collection

                  As you know, the PG collection is replanted every 30 years

                  You may read various past posts about Turkemenistan

                  Bye

                  Ariel
                  with Dr Gregory Levin


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                • ariel023
                  Dear Mr Kazemi You should contact the Iranian researchers about where and how to do as I think you do well with PGs In Egypt there are excellent new imported
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                    Dear Mr Kazemi
                    You should contact the Iranian researchers about where and
                    how to do as I think you do well with PGs

                    In Egypt there are excellent new imported varieties]


                    In India, the same

                    In the USA there are many new introduced varieties

                    In Israel we have the various mentioned ones in the emails

                    In various arab countries, you will find so many types.

                    Dr Levin had publicized so many names and varieties and had
                    evaluated these. All are listed in tghe various posts

                    Ariel

                    No one realy got to Carigala
                  • Harvey Correia
                    Ariel, I asked you before for contact information and I would e-mail the appropriate parties. Your comments are a usually a little too short and lacking
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                      Ariel, I asked you before for contact information and I would e-mail the appropriate parties.  Your comments are a usually a little too short and lacking details for me to fully understand what you are thinking in your head.  I realize your budget is limited but keystrokes are nearly free so please provide full sentences and attempt to penetrate my mind with the ideas you have.
                       
                      Harvey
                      failure at mind-reading

                      ariel023 <ariel023@...> wrote:
                      Dear Harvey and Kazemi
                      Dr Levin is not updated with the Turkmenistan collection
                      since the time he had left it around the year 2001-2

                      The collection was not grown under the best top
                      horticultural practices due to budget cuts

                      Only Professor Mars from Tunisia and other Turkmenistan
                      Officials could tell us about the collection performance

                      All my emails about this subject were never answered

                      May be, these people will answer american emails

                      Ariel


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                    • ariel023
                      Dear Harvey There is no real Blue Pomegranate All are forms of the blach-dark brown type that may look BLUE If you post handgranades to Iran, you will have to
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                        Dear Harvey
                        There is no real Blue Pomegranate
                        All are forms of the blach-dark brown type that may look
                        BLUE

                        If you post handgranades to Iran, you will have to moderate
                        this site from Cuba

                        Ariel
                      • M.Kazemi
                        Hello my dear friend Harvey Yes we can send any book or other things to and from the USA and Iran without any problem, except live plant materials which they
                        Message 11 of 25 , Mar 3, 2008
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                           Hello my dear friend Harvey
                           
                           
                             Yes we can send any book or other things to and from the USA and Iran without any problem, except live plant materials which they are under control of quarantine rules.
                           
                          Also sending the all type of electronical materials by email is very easy and approximately without cost.
                           
                          Therefore if you like anything I will be very glad to sent them to you by POST or Email.
                           
                          Visiting of american people from Iran is also common and I see them in my country cities such az Tehran, Isfahan and Mashhad. They can participate in conferences by sending research papers and present  as a lecture or oral form.
                           
                          In the attached files you can see 2 photos that i have taken before, and some useful pdf or doc files about Pomegranate.
                          In addition I must be added that I am Very glad to have you as my friend and this is a honor for me.
                           
                          Faithfully Yours,
                          M.Kazemi 
                           
                           

                           


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                        • CannonConsult
                          As much as many would like a free exchange of materials between the USA and Iran I would strongly urge any of you thinking of sending or traveling to Iran to
                          Message 12 of 25 , Mar 3, 2008
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                            As much as many would like a free exchange of materials between the USA and Iran I would strongly urge any of you thinking of sending or traveling to Iran to check the following US Government sites:
                            http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1142.html
                            http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/travel/vacation/kbyg/prohibited_restricted.xml
                            http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_05/31cfr560_05.html

                            Please use caution as it would be tragic if sending something got either party into trouble.

                            Best of growing,

                            Bob
                            SW Florida USA
                            wishing for Iranian cultivars


                            M.Kazemi wrote:
                             Hello my dear friend Harvey
                             
                             
                               Yes we can send any book or other things to and from the USA and Iran without any problem, except live plant materials which they are under control of quarantine rules.
                             
                            Also sending the all type of electronical materials by email is very easy and approximately without cost.
                             
                            Therefore if you like anything I will be very glad to sent them to you by POST or Email.
                             
                            Visiting of american people from Iran is also common and I see them in my country cities such az Tehran, Isfahan and Mashhad. They can participate in conferences by sending research papers and present  as a lecture or oral form.
                             
                            In the attached files you can see 2 photos that i have taken before, and some useful pdf or doc files about Pomegranate.
                            In addition I must be added that I am Very glad to have you as my friend and this is a honor for me.
                             
                            Faithfully Yours,
                            M.Kazemi 
                             
                             

                             


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                          • CannonConsult
                            My apologies to the Group for not removing the images when I sent the US Government URLs. Bob SW Florida USA
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                              My apologies to the Group for not removing the images when I sent the US
                              Government URLs.

                              Bob
                              SW Florida USA
                            • ariel023
                              Hi Bob I think that Iran is a nice country with botanical potential At the moment, as an Israeli, my chances of getting in and out, seem dangerous, from what I
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                                Hi Bob
                                I think that Iran is a nice country with botanical potential
                                At the moment, as an Israeli, my chances of getting in and
                                out, seem dangerous, from what I see in the TV

                                I do not involve here political aspects, but all the rockets
                                shot here on a daily basis are either manufactured there or
                                financed by Iran.It is an interestin situation, when living
                                in a democratic country that I have to consider vital
                                aspects o being in contact with a country that in a mouthful
                                repeated sayings by its president, wants to destroy mine

                                The issue here is the internal conflict between politics and
                                botany.

                                In our place we have also warnings that the rate of exchange
                                of 1 Israeli = 2000 of others...which is too high due to the
                                inflation rate

                                Ariel
                                feeling worthy and prefering the existing Saveh and
                                Iraniansky vars in the USA
                              • M.Kazemi
                                Hello Bob Thank you for attention. I saw more information on governemetal sites of USA about Iran. I think this information was useful and they are mentioned
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                                  Hello Bob
                                   
                                  Thank you for attention. I saw more information on governemetal sites of USA about Iran.
                                  I think this information was useful and they are mentioned that sending books or some materials below 100$ is permitted.
                                  But I now that the iranian post office take it easy to sending a little more.
                                  By the way we could examine that and send such things to USA with hope to deliver to our friends.
                                  Also if you have hade friend in Iran, I believe in Iran you will be in safe and secure condition.
                                  Iran is more safe and securer  than the many countries in the world.
                                  And many of Iranians are kind and respectful people with moral believes.
                                   
                                  Kazemi


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                                • Harvey Correia
                                  Thanks Bob. Our governments sure work well to complicate our lives. Portions of these regulations seem very much behind the times with he Internet provding
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                                    Thanks Bob.  Our governments sure work well to complicate our lives.  Portions of these regulations seem very much behind the times with he Internet provding essentially unrestricted access to various bits of information.
                                     
                                    Kazemi, many books are available for reviwing online   I just found Pomegranate Roads under the Google Books section at http://books.google.com/books?id=_G59NFbNpREC&pg=PP1&dq=pomegranate+roads&sig=eL3arSCyRd0udEYDolvdW4qkvxk
                                     
                                    If that link does not come through properly you can go to http://tinyurl.com/2alvdq
                                    and that should work.
                                     
                                    You may use the search function on the right side of that web page to search for various topics in the book.  For instance, you can learn that on pages 14, 36, 49, and 69 there is discussion of a blue pomegranate which Ariel says is just a dream or some such thing.
                                     
                                    Barbara Baer, are you reading these messages?  If so, I wonder if you can explain how so many books end up on Google Books.
                                     
                                    Cheers,
                                     
                                    Harvey

                                    CannonConsult <b.cannon01@...> wrote:
                                    As much as many would like a free exchange of materials between the USA
                                    and Iran I would strongly urge any of you thinking of sending or
                                    traveling to Iran to check the following US Government sites:
                                    http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1142.html
                                    http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/travel/vacation/kbyg/prohibited_restricted.xml
                                    http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_05/31cfr560_05.html

                                    Please use caution as it would be tragic if sending something got either
                                    party into trouble.

                                    Best of growing,

                                    Bob
                                    SW Florida USA
                                    wishing for Iranian cultivars


                                    M.Kazemi wrote:

                                    > Hello my dear friend Harvey
                                    >
                                    >
                                    > Yes we can send any book or other things to and from the USA and
                                    > Iran without any problem, except live plant materials which they are
                                    > under control of quarantine rules.
                                    >
                                    > Also sending the all type of electronical materials by email is very
                                    > easy and approximately without cost.
                                    >
                                    > Therefore if you like anything I will be very glad to sent them to you
                                    > by POST or Email.
                                    >
                                    > Visiting of american people from Iran is also common and I see them in
                                    > my country cities such az Tehran, Isfahan and Mashhad. They can
                                    > participate in conferences by sending research papers and present as
                                    > a lecture or oral form.
                                    >
                                    > In the attached files you can see 2 photos that i have taken before,
                                    > and some useful pdf or doc files about Pomegranate.
                                    > In addition I must be added that I am Very glad to have you as my
                                    > friend and this is a honor for me.
                                    >
                                    > Faithfully Yours,
                                    > M.Kazemi
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
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                                  • M.Kazemi
                                    Dear Harvey Thank you very much and remain Kazemi Harvey Correia wrote: Thanks Bob. Our governments sure work well to complicate our
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                                      Dear Harvey
                                      Thank you very much and remain
                                      Kazemi

                                      Harvey Correia <harveycorreia@...> wrote:
                                      Thanks Bob.  Our governments sure work well to complicate our lives.  Portions of these regulations seem very much behind the times with he Internet provding essentially unrestricted access to various bits of information.
                                       
                                      Kazemi, many books are available for reviwing online   I just found Pomegranate Roads under the Google Books section at http://books. google.com/ books?id= _G59NFbNpREC&pg=PP1&dq=pomegranate+ roads&sig=eL3arSCyRd0udEY DolvdW4qkvxk
                                       
                                      If that link does not come through properly you can go to http://tinyurl. com/2alvdq
                                      and that should work.
                                       
                                      You may use the search function on the right side of that web page to search for various topics in the book.  For instance, you can learn that on pages 14, 36, 49, and 69 there is discussion of a blue pomegranate which Ariel says is just a dream or some such thing.
                                       
                                      Barbara Baer, are you reading these messages?  If so, I wonder if you can explain how so many books end up on Google Books.
                                       
                                      Cheers,
                                       
                                      Harvey

                                      CannonConsult <b.cannon01@verizon. net> wrote:
                                      As much as many would like a free exchange of materials between the USA
                                      and Iran I would strongly urge any of you thinking of sending or
                                      traveling to Iran to check the following US Government sites:
                                      http://travel. state.gov/ travel/cis_ pa_tw/cis/ cis_1142. html
                                      http://www.cbp. gov/xp/cgov/ travel/vacation/ kbyg/prohibited_ restricted. xml
                                      http://www.access. gpo.gov/nara/ cfr/waisidx_ 05/31cfr560_ 05.html

                                      Please use caution as it would be tragic if sending something got either
                                      party into trouble.

                                      Best of growing,

                                      Bob
                                      SW Florida USA
                                      wishing for Iranian cultivars


                                      M.Kazemi wrote:

                                      > Hello my dear friend Harvey
                                      >
                                      >
                                      > Yes we can send any book or other things to and from the USA and
                                      > Iran without any problem, except live plant materials which they are
                                      > under control of quarantine rules.
                                      >
                                      > Also sending the all type of electronical materials by email is very
                                      > easy and approximately without cost.
                                      >
                                      > Therefore if you like anything I will be very glad to sent them to you
                                      > by POST or Email.
                                      >
                                      > Visiting of american people from Iran is also common and I see them in
                                      > my country cities such az Tehran, Isfahan and Mashhad. They can
                                      > participate in conferences by sending research papers and present as
                                      > a lecture or oral form.
                                      >
                                      > In the attached files you can see 2 photos that i have taken before,
                                      > and some useful pdf or doc files about Pomegranate.
                                      > In addition I must be added that I am Very glad to have you as my
                                      > friend and this is a honor for me.
                                      >
                                      > Faithfully Yours,
                                      > M.Kazemi
                                      >
                                      >
                                      >
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                                    • ariel023
                                      Dear Harvey Before you fly to Iran to check the POMERANATEs, send me that phyto + seeds
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                                        Dear Harvey

                                        Before you fly to Iran to check the POMERANATEs, send me
                                        that phyto + seeds
                                      • CannonConsult
                                        Hi Kazemi, It is always a shame when anything interferes with rare fruit. What makes lists like this work is our willingness to share our information with
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                                          Hi Kazemi,

                                          It is always a shame when anything interferes with rare fruit. What makes lists like this work is our willingness to share our information with others who grow or want to grow pomegranate and other fruits. It seems that frequently people get along better than Governments.

                                          Since I would tend to wander off into native plantings and poke about to see what was growing off the tourist paths I thought it best to forward the links.

                                          Do you have any interest in other fruits? I wish you well in your pomegranate research.

                                          Best of growing,

                                          Bob
                                          SW Florida USA

                                          M.Kazemi wrote:

                                          Hello Bob
                                           
                                          Thank you for attention. I saw more information on governemetal sites of USA about Iran.
                                          I think this information was useful and they are mentioned that sending books or some materials below 100$ is permitted.
                                          But I now that the iranian post office take it easy to sending a little more.
                                          By the way we could examine that and send such things to USA with hope to deliver to our friends.
                                          Also if you have hade friend in Iran, I believe in Iran you will be in safe and secure condition.
                                          Iran is more safe and securer  than the many countries in the world.
                                          And many of Iranians are kind and respectful people with moral believes.
                                           
                                          Kazemi


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                                        • M.Kazemi
                                          Hello Dear Bob Thank you again for email. I agree with you and I think we must work with subjects that are interesting for us such as pomegranate, or to be
                                          Message 20 of 25 , Mar 6, 2008
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                                            Hello Dear Bob
                                             
                                            Thank you again for email. I agree with you and I think  we must work with subjects that are interesting for us such as pomegranate, or to be with our familiy and friends.
                                             
                                            Thinking about world and its disasters or misadvenures always make us sad.
                                            Thus as mentiond by P.C. Struik (poatato research 2006- 49: 5-18) " The increasing tendency to see science as a job only is unfortunate: truth in science is like peace in the world: we will never get it, but must continuosly fight for it."
                                             
                                            Be happy and have a goot time,
                                            Kazemi
                                             

                                            CannonConsult <b.cannon01@...> wrote:
                                            Hi Kazemi,

                                            It is always a shame when anything interferes with rare fruit. What makes lists like this work is our willingness to share our information with others who grow or want to grow pomegranate and other fruits. It seems that frequently people get along better than Governments.

                                            Since I would tend to wander off into native plantings and poke about to see what was growing off the tourist paths I thought it best to forward the links.

                                            Do you have any interest in other fruits? I wish you well in your pomegranate research.

                                            Best of growing,

                                            Bob
                                            SW Florida USA

                                            M.Kazemi wrote:

                                            Hello Bob
                                             
                                            Thank you for attention. I saw more information on governemetal sites of USA about Iran.
                                            I think this information was useful and they are mentioned that sending books or some materials below 100$ is permitted.
                                            But I now that the iranian post office take it easy to sending a little more.
                                            By the way we could examine that and send such things to USA with hope to deliver to our friends.
                                            Also if you have hade friend in Iran, I believe in Iran you will be in safe and secure condition.
                                            Iran is more safe and securer  than the many countries in the world.
                                            And many of Iranians are kind and respectful people with moral believes.
                                             
                                            Kazemi

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                                          • ariel023
                                            Dear Kazemi Let us get practical You are the closest of all here to the Turkemenistan PG collection It could be 1 hour drive from the border line No one of us
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                                              Dear Kazemi
                                              Let us get practical
                                              You are the closest of all here to the Turkemenistan PG
                                              collection
                                              It could be 1 hour drive from the border line
                                              No one of us here had managed to see the collection,
                                              although Bob did conduct a google earth research and had
                                              found a few promiosing sites in that area

                                              Professor Mars is really tghe updated person from the
                                              BioDiversity Organization as it is newky named nowadays
                                            • M.Kazemi
                                              Dear Ariel Hello I send an email to Dr. Mars (messaoud.mars@laposte.net) but he did not answer. I don t know where or how I can consulate with him. If I have
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                                                Dear Ariel
                                                 
                                                Hello
                                                I send an email to Dr. Mars (messaoud.mars@...) but he did not answer. I don't know where or how I can  consulate with him. If I have had his telephon number, It was easy to make a coversation about his experience and other things.
                                                By the way probabaly I will travel to turkmenistan to see the collection before 2009.
                                                 
                                                Kazemi

                                                ariel023 <ariel023@...> wrote:
                                                Dear Kazemi
                                                Let us get practical
                                                You are the closest of all here to the Turkemenistan PG
                                                collection
                                                It could be 1 hour drive from the border line
                                                No one of us here had managed to see the collection,
                                                although Bob did conduct a google earth research and had
                                                found a few promiosing sites in that area

                                                Professor Mars is really tghe updated person from the
                                                BioDiversity Organization as it is newky named nowadays



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                                              • ariel023
                                                Hi Friend I tried also and no answer May be a Fax will do or a letter Ariel trying to invent a magnet that will find Prof Mars
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                                                  Hi Friend
                                                  I tried also and no answer
                                                  May be a Fax will do or a letter
                                                  Ariel
                                                  trying to invent a magnet that will find Prof Mars
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