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nematodes - the missing answer

  • Subject: nematodes - the missing answer
  • From: HMinnesota@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 14:16:05 EDT

Does anyone know if you soak a plant in what ever solution if the chemical is 
absorbed and it kills the nematodes living in the leaves, or if the leaves 
are cut off, the Hosta roots and rhizomes?

This seems like a very important question.  If you want to buy, give or sell 
a plant, or move it around in your garden, this is important to know.  Seems 
like the nematodes can hide in the plant otherwise, even if you kill them in 
the soil.

Any thoughts?

Thanks much!

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