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Re: Foliar nematodes

In a message dated 07/07/98 12:29:55 GMT, Dan Nelson wrote:

<< Bob Solberg is quoted below,
 "You can "cook" the hosta clump  or a piece of the plant. This will kill the
 nematode eggs in the plant. To cook, use only dormant hostas, I do this in
 February, about a month before emergence. You can do this in the kitchen
 sink with tap water and a good thermometer.The proper cooking time is
 somewhere between 120 degrees F for 20-25 minutes to 130 degrees F for 10
 minutes. >>
Thanks Dan.   Jody Fetzer, the Plant Pathologist / IPM specialist at the
Landscape Arboretum, posted a good follow up to the messages that Bob Solberg
sent to the AHS robin last year regarding Nematodes. This article actually
explains how to see them. I have sent a message asking if I may forward Jody's
posting to our group here.

Glen UK
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