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Re: Bittersweet/now learning

Andrea, your knowledge and education are impressive.  Enjoy it!

In a message dated 12/06/2004 8:05:43 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
hodgesaa@earthlink.net writes:
Right now I'm taking a break from a chapter
review on plant diseases caused by bacteria. I've got two more chapters
after this to review and 3 journal articles to critique and I'll be done
except for the final. And I feel like I haven't learned but a drop in the
bucket. If anyone wants an awesome book on plant diseases get Plant
Pathology by George N. Agrios. It's fabulous, although the chapter on fungal
disease almost killed me. It's over 200 pages long. Of course that does
include some pictures.....
Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

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