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Re: CULT: fall cleanup

  • Subject: Re: CULT: fall cleanup
  • From: "J.F. Hensler" <hensler@povn.com>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Feb 1999 09:03:34 -0800

From: "J.F. Hensler" <hensler@povn.com>

"Compost" is a euphemism for a number of actions. In this case, "tossed over the fence to the sheep." They DO wind up as compost, but I doubt any leaf spot spores would survive the side trip. :)


<< leaf spot IS encouraged. Anything showing a resistance is on the list as a
possible parent. Anything succumbing is compost. >>

Not a good idea to compost any diseased foliage or spore infested plants. I
understand disease problems been known to survive even well-managed hot

Anner Whitehead

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