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Re: foliar nematodes

  • Subject: Re: foliar nematodes
  • From: "John Dash" dash@rochester.rr.com
  • Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 16:53:12 -0400

Several days ago, I sent Dr. Grewal an e-mail with some of the same questions,
but have heard nothing back. Maybe there is a problem with his e-mail.
John Dash
Fairport, NY

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: NardaA@aol.com
  To: hosta-open@hort.net
  Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2003 3:46 PM
  Subject: Re: foliar nematodes

  In a message dated 9/17/2003 9:10:31 AM Eastern Standard Time,
  grewal.4@osu.edu writes:
  I hear that this year foliar nematodes are worse than previous years and
  are showing up in many places.  My Ph.D. student would like to determine if
  there are different species or races of nematodes involved.  Knowing the
  exact species and race can be important in the control as different
  populations may differ in their sensitivity to control agents.  I will
  greatly appreciate receiving leaf samples (host or other plants) from
  several different places for these studies.
  Lordy, I love your name!  Anyway, does it matter what condition the plant is
  in and what part and how much of the plant do you want?  I have not stepped
  toe into the bed where the two plants showed signs of nematode damage, I
  know what my thinking there is but they are still there and I have to do
  something.  So what do you want before I turn the bed into a toxic waste

  Happy to help, if there is anything we can do to rid ourselves of
  these..........ummmm...I am not sure where they belong in the animal
kingdom.  I would
  ask my AP teenager but he already thinks I am so dumb.


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