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Post by Admin on 8th February 2009, 18:13

LOL David... we don't want to sound desperate :LOL:

I think the lurker in eastern USA that we keep seeing is a guy called Enrique from the Rose Hybridisers Association. He's a nice guy and lives in an area similar to ours in terms of climate so would be familiar with many of the factors influencing the culture of roses in Australia too.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th February 2009, 20:23

Simon, I was going to ask one Q, I am online and 1 guest, what is 1 bot on the side which tells me who is lurking.
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Post by Admin on 8th February 2009, 20:32

Ahhh... a bot is a thing that search engines like Google use to index websites. The bot (like robot) goes into a website and makes a record of the words so that when someone does , for example, a Google search, it can refine its results to the point where it can even show in its results down to the thread WITHIn the forum in which the search phrase was mentioned. These bots go through websites periodically to update their word associations. To give you an example, check out the following google search link: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

I did a search for the term "Aphidius rosea" because it is mentioned here in 'The Lab' and you will see it is the third link in the list of hits and if you click on it it will take you to the thread within this forum where it is mentioned.

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