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Re: Streakies


I will have to inquire the next time I go down to Mansfield, or have someone else ask. The info came to me secondhand, so I will rest on this until later,


Ransom Lydell wrote:

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2001 7:10 AM
Subject: Re: Streakies
  Pulling leaves off, only helps the plants overaall looks.  It in no way, reduces the process of stablization.  Only division, and removal of the "stable" parts can accomplish this.ThanksRan*********************8
wie1086@oh.verio.com writes:

 Van Wade pulls leaves that are stabilizing off of plant

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