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Re: Hosta Viruses


> 
> If you do not think culling is the answer- I would like to know what your
> thoughts are on this?
>  Plus what should the AHS spend it's money on??
> 
> Is your concern about viruses or about how the AHS spends it's money??

While hosta viruses are an acceptable topic how the AHS chooses to spend
it's money is not, at least not on this list.  Please keep the
discussion on viruses, treatment, etc or end the topic.
Thank you
Joanne
jopyz@earthlink.net
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