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Re: dormancy

In a message dated 8/12/99 10:34:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
seabeth@heart.net writes:

<< Difference anyone should be able to understand between going dormant and
 disease is that leaves do not separate easily from the crown on a plant
 going into dormancy.  >>

i have had a couple of plants go dormant, with loss of all leaves...only to 
reappear the following year.....the leaves did separate....but there was no 
stench as is common with rot...this occurred in june...and they came back the 
following may...go figure....in full sun...and they were brand new plants at 
the time....

now can you tell if the plant just went dormant or is rotting...the smell?

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