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Re: Tobravirus

At 08:48 PM 9/7/00 EDT, you wrote:
 >I still need a slide of Southern Blight.  In my part of the South it must
>too dry for it to develop, guess that goes to prove there is something good 
>about everything.  I have not had an opportunity to make a picture and would 
>like to have a good slide showing the little yellow balls at the base of the 
>petioles and the results of this disfiguring malady.
Don't get too relaxed over the Southern Blight. I've had it twice, both
times it was bad on a few plants but it didn't kill the plants and it
didn't come back the next year. Seems like the biggest problem for you
would be selling a plant that had it, without you noticing.

Oak Ridge, TN
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