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Re: Thumper

Daniel Nelson wrote:

> I have had more southern blight than ever this year also.
> There is a new chemical control for southern blight that will be
> available from Scotts. The name escapes me at the moment.

Dan, have you heard anything about a Southern Blight control product
manufactured by Bayer?? Do you think these products will be totally safe
on hostas? Seems if peanuts and other plants can take it hostas should
be able to. Comments?  Thanks

John Lanier
Burnsville, NC

> Bridgeville DE
> zone 7
> SussexTreeInc@ce.net
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