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James Porter, NFU Scotland Horticultural Committee chairman, who farms at East Scryne
, Carnoustie, said there was now a longer season for soft fruit in Scotland.
(11) "To begin with the genius/Genius contest," Hartman continues, "in every period there is an ingenu to be tested by vision, to be lead out of the state of natural light by a Muse who opens an 'everlasting scryne
' where the 'antique rolles' (roles and scrolls) lie hidden" (p.