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Re: virus questions

In a message dated 7/5/00 11:41:23 AM Central Daylight Time, 
zumach@execpc.com writes:

<< Hi All--After the responses to my recent questions about the apparent 
virus in Sea Sprite,  I phoned or e-mailed the 4 nurseries listed in the 
Hosta Finder and informed them of the problem.  It will be interesting to see 
if Sea Sprite is sold next year.
 Hank Zumach >>
Hi Hank and everyone else here!

Debbie Nelsen is right now seeing Dr. Lockhart with some of her suspicious 
looking hosta leaves and she took a tiny (1" long) sample of my Sea Sprite 
with her.  It looks fine as far as I can tell, except for it's tiny size due 
to the fact it had to start regrowing since the rabbits munched it all the 
way down to little stubbles.

I'll let you know what he says about it....and hers.

BTW, does anyone know how big a sample he needs to run his tests?

Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a
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