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CULT: Insects...now leaf Spot

  • Subject: CULT: Insects...now leaf Spot
  • From: HIPSource@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 19:20:03 EST

From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 2/11/99 6:46:40 PM Eastern Standard Time, liddiard@esn.net

<<  On 1/27/99 I posted that I had found insects on my TB's (little white
insects attached to the fans).  There were so many folks that offered their
advice as to what this might be, I thought I'd share what I found out from the
local County Extension Service agent today.
 I had cut a few of the fans and took them to him to look at.  He has advised
that it is scale.  Easily enough to get rid of, he says. >>

Leslie, that is real interesting. Good for you, traipsing some leaves in for
scrutiny. Now, what did he tell you to do for those scale? Maybe a little
dormant oil?

Anner Whitehead

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