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How to cite our website
If you find DaffSeek information useful for your work, please include it when citing sources of information.
It may be cited as:‘DaffSeek, American Daffodil Society, Inc., retrieved on Jun 19, 2013’, available at www.daffseek.org
If a specific cultivar is referenced, it may be cited as:‘DaffSeek, American Daffodil Society, Inc., <cultivar name> retrieved on Jun 19, 2013’, available at www.daffseek.org
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