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TB: Central Fans and rot

Neil said:<One that is particularly good at bloom from increases is FOGBOUND.
I count on this characteristic here, as with Linda Mann, I typically 
lose primary fans to winter damage--too mild, too off-and-on.> I have had rot in the mid-section (where an old bloomstalk might have started in the fall, and then froze and was left) of 4 different cvs. this spring.  Guess I have to be more conscientious about cutting them down rather than letting them possibly rot in the spring.   Linda B. in Michigan - Zone 6a
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