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Re: H. Elegans / stunted look


Had the same problem last year with a few hostas planted years ago (Big
Daddy, Bressingham Blue, Sun Power, Aurora Borealis and Sagae amongst
others).  Dug up Big Daddy and a good chunk of the plant had rot.  Cut it
up, cleaned it up and replanted.  Back this year, alive but small.  Lifted a
few others last year to adjust the depth of planting.  They look real good
this year. Just did the same thing to a huge Sagae and SunPower, since both
were showing the same signs again.  In my case, I think the plants have sunk
deeper, or more soil shifted on them and are suffering.  All I know is that
lifting them has helped .
Barbara
Quebec, Canada
mailto:township@acbm.qc.ca
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stacy Holtzman" <sholtzma@sunflower.bio.indiana.edu>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2000 8:56 AM
Subject: Re: H. Elegans / stunted look


> >Mike, I have seen plants that look as you described.  It was the result
of
> >using Roundup too late in the spring.  It sometimes takes two years for
the
> >plant to recover.
> >Mary
>
>
>
> But I have seen it too, and I have never used Roundup in the garden!  And
> have also seen it in plants that have no tree root competition, and
> adequate water.  Could it be crown damage or a unique form of crown rot?
>
> I had some seib. elegans that did this a couple of years ago, and now they
> are recovered but are small, "one gallon" three year old plants.  I have
> dubbed it "the uglies" although I think that is a term usually reserved
for
> another problem.
>
> I have an 'Aristocrat' this year that looks suspiciously similar.  It's
> stunted and has those weird leaves. Ugh!
> Stacy
>
> Stacy Holtzman
> Howard Hughes Medical Institute
> Bloomington, Indiana Z5b
>
>
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