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Re: Ridges on leaves

John I Jones wrote:
> I have notice that a number of my TB's have ridges (maybe minature waves
> would be a better description) in their leaves perpendicular to the long
> axis of the leaf. I seem to remember seeing some develop in the sping,
> but a lot more are evident now.

John, I see that problem (?) a lot around here, esp. on Louisianas.  It 
comes from extremes in temp and moisture, ... esp. temp.  I see it most 
in the early Spring when temps are more erratic.  Not to worry about it, 
doesn't seem to harm the plants.


Dennis (I'm burnt KFC now@#!#@!#)

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