Re: wasting disease (was Iris japonica)
In a message dated 96-11-13 10:37:51 EST, you write:
Bill Shear said
>If the nights stay
>warm, they [the plants] may burn more food at night than they can make
during the day,
>and slowly dwindle away--the classic syndrome for plants that are grown too
>far south of their natural range.
My goodness, this sounds like what we were calling the Molliegrubs back in
the spring! Fascinating!
Linda Mann firstname.lastname@example.org east TN USA