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Re: The "uglies?"

In a message dated 04/09/2000 12:04:22 PM US Eastern Standard Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

<<  However, if it is 
 virused, the best thing you can do is discard all the plants that show 
 the virus traits and BURN them to prevent the spread of the virus. >>

Hi Joe
I had a few of these plants on the hill and as Mike said I thought that the 
way they looked was due to our late hard freeze hitting them as they were 
just starting to unfurl. I couldn't stand the way they looked so I potted 
them up and put them to the side, I will take your advise.
Thanks Gary
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