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Re: virus questions


Beth, Ran or the others that were at the Winter Scientific meeting... Who
was the professor that spoke on Hosta Disease and other stuff?  I know he'd
said to send him anything we had concerns over...

Kate

|  I do not know all of the particulars about hosta virus.  It is known by
|  research that has already been done that not all hostas are susceptible. 
It
|  is wise to be very cautious.
|  Beth Arnold
|  Peoria Illinois  Zone 5
|  
|  >Or send them to the professor up in Minn. that is studying Hosta
disease...
|  >Wish I could think of his name..
|  >
|  >Kate





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