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Re: minimal petals

>Help!  Some neighbors brought me a TB stalk with something I haven't
>seen before.  It had several "blooms" open, each with all of its
>falls, standards, and styles reduced to 1/8" or 1/4" wide sticks an
>inch or two long.  The stalk was otherwise normal, and they tell me
>that the foliage looked normal.

Roundup is the culprit.

Mike lowe, Virginia USA

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