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Re: Hostas in print

  • Subject: Re: Hostas in print
  • From: OXFORDWALT@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 10 May 2001 19:58:52 EDT

Narda:Thanx for yoour info.  Since the entire leaf was gone I figured an
animal...........but apparently a lttle green guy(inchworm?) eating like an
From my inspection it seems the little varmints have moved on.  If Found I
wonder if I can move them on to wild mustard,dandelion or some such???
Walter Cullerton, Bucks County, Pa  

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