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Would this work for foliar nematodes?

  • Subject: Would this work for foliar nematodes?
  • From: HMinnesota@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 10:30:47 EDT

If you wanted to give someone a hosta that MIGHT be infected - you are not 
sure as their are no symptoms .............

Cut the top ot the hosta off, soak the rest of the plant - (roots etc) in 
Zero Tol.

Would the absorption of Zero Tol 
1)  Kill the hosta
2)  Kill the nematodes.

What do you think?

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