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Drainage vs rot?

On Sat, 9 Nov 1996 LMann76543@aol.com wrote:

> Also, my rot problems do not seem to come from lack of drainage - this
> gravelly soil is excessively drained - the rot seems to start in response to
> stress from too hot, too dry, too cold, or too many fluctuations in all of
> the above, and can be aggravated by lush growth in good times.  So who knows.
>  I guess I need to send some to somebody for ID. Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA

Linda et al, I should have made this point in the last message crt
the drainage. I have been wondering all summer whether good
drainage would stop or decrease rot. Seems not in Linda's garden.
How about everyone else?

Diana Louis <dlouis@dynamicro.on.ca>
Zone 4/5 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada

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