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Re: Bob Kuk / cutworms or slugs

  • Subject: Re: Bob Kuk / cutworms or slugs
  • From: "Ann James" <annfree@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2002 14:57:32 -0500

Okay, folks, thanks again for all the advice.  I dug up the damaged hosta and put it in a pot.  Found no sign of cutworms, slugs or anything, and there was no more nibbling on it.
Since nothing else in that bed was touched, I figure that particular plant just needs a new neighborhood.  It's putting up another growth beside the original one.  I got these plants last year in four inch pots.  One is a dwarf little thing and the other two that are up have grown like Topsy.
So we'll see what happens.  Thanks again.
Ann James

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