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Re: virus questions


RBRSSR@aol.com wrote:

> Re-asking the question someone else originally asked, why is this plant being
> sold?
> Someone said they purchased from Shady Oaks.  Also in the Hosta Finder 2000,
> four other nurseries sell this plant.  Are they unaware, don't care (which I
> doubt), or is there another side to the story?
> Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, CIHS, Zone 5

What is the virus called and does it affect other hostas too? Or is there
something genetically unique about this particular hosta that makes it
susceptible to the virus?

Kris

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kgroberg@fargocity.com

"Things are more like they are now than they ever were before."~~Dwight D.
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