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Brown Rot

From: Starlord@QNET.COM (Slc.Dennis Bishop)

  The other day while repotting some of my iris, I found one
named iris was mushie when I removed it from the pot. I took off
the new shoots with roots and potted them, the main rhz had to be
broken in 1/2 and I found a non-smelly brown slime like inside, I
used comet on what was left (it had more shoots and main fan
still) and repotted it. This iris had not gotten wet for some
time (we're 4 inch under normal now), could the freeze/thaw had
something to do with it?

Dahliaman (Dreaming of BIG DOBS)

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