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Re: Sprouts won't grow---A Suggestion


In a message dated 6/2/1999 9:36:02 PM Central Daylight Time, 
franknancy@whro.net writes:

<< Has anyone ever had a hosta just sit there and not grow, yet show no
 sign of any damage?  Any suggestions on this matter would be appreciated. >>

 My suggestion==Remove hosta from ground. Soak the roots overnight in a weak 
solution of water and a fungicide. Remove the top growth. Replant in good 
soil in a container that almost makes the roots bound by the container. Douse 
the planting with a solution of Miracid.

Diagnosis---fungus.
Prognosis---slow but good.

Clyde Crockett z5
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