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2 PhD's:plant science/TC (Yale) & hort(Cornell) raised on the family banana plantation in Costa Rica
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traveling the world
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orchid breeding, carnivorous plants, passionflowers
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retired federal GMO Musa research, TC & hydroponics research, & consulting; plant sciences professor
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too many to list; 500 ha of Musa research plants & 200 hectares of private collection. co-owner of family plantation & tissue culture lab.
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