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Fw: BOUNCE hosta-open@hort.net: Nematodes

  • Subject: Fw: BOUNCE hosta-open@hort.net: Nematodes
  • From: "Dan & Lu Nelson" hostanut@Bellsouth.net
  • Date: Sun, 13 Apr 2003 20:44:24 -0400

This message from Gary Gossett didn't make it through the listserve for some
reason. Here it is.


----- Original Message -----

Mike, I have seen little evidence of nematodes here at Terra Nova. I had 1
dwarf golden longipes, which came from the southern USA, that I destroyed
about 2 years ago. I rarely buy in new plants anymore, since I have most of
the genes in Hosta here already.
Gary Gossett
Canby, Oregon
just south of Portland

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