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Spring Desiccation Burn (burning) same as or form of Necrosis?

  • Subject: Spring Desiccation Burn (burning) same as or form of Necrosis?
  • From: RBRSSR@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2004 14:10:25 EST

Spring Desiccation Burn (burning) is the small to large brown areas that 
develop on the yellow sections of hosta leaves, most notably on Sieboldiana 
cultivars, i.e. 'Frances Williams'. Is this the same as, or a form of Necrosis (the 
death or dying of cells, tissues or whole plants). 

Doe anyone have a picture of Spring Desiccation Burn that I could use to show 
the problem to a local hosta society? 

Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, Zone 5

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