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Re: Southern Blight in the north.

> I had it around one clump last year, and have given that clump two
> treatments of 50% (not 10%) bleach.

50% eh? How much did you apply? I dumped at least 3 -4 gallons of 10%
solution. I realize that the fungus is soil borne, so does this kill it (the
fungus) or just subdue it? Anyone else know more about this fungus?

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI

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