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Re: hosta problems - the nightmare

In a message dated 4/9/1999 8:00:34 PM Central Daylight Time, 
natures@rea-alp.com writes:

<< only lost a small portion of the crown.  I repotted.   >>
 Good! As long as there is a portion of the crown, all is not lost. Dust with 
a fungicide. Give it a healthy douse.

Yes, crown rot can occur anytime anywhere and in any situation.

Clyde Crockett z5
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