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[PHOTO] CULT-disease identification

Is there a doctor in the house?
Any idea what type of rot I'm dealing with here.  The spoon and Comet didn't seam to help. I didn't notice any strong odors. the bed had been fertilized with alfalfa nuggets. I confess that I did use Cygon in the early spring as I have a terrible problem with borers.
TIA, Sally,
SE NY state, zone 6


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