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Rhizome and soft rot

From: "Charmaine" <charmain@enter.net.au>

Have had problems with soft and rhizome rot.
Here in Queensland Australia I guess it is the rainfall and humidity.
I swore I would never buy another TB rhizome.
Tried the dusting of dolomite aon and around the rhhizomes.
Magic a notable improvement in a week.
Dwarfs have always seemed to grow and multiply here.
The rot has just dried up and the rhizomes have had a kick start and are
mutiply well. Thanks for the tip which I saw on the archives or the list.
I have started to lightly mulch with lucerne or alpha hay.
Charmaine in Toowoomba.

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