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RE: Borers

I had previously posted that this year there was a possibility for a
second generational cycle for borers.  With an early spring and a hot
dry summer, many insects complete their life cycle much earlier.  It
wouldn't take much for the borer to complete a second life cycle.  I
don't think that they would be affected much by early frosts if they
make it into the rhizome by then.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada - I've been checking my rhizomes every other day for

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Bill Shear [SMTP:bills@tiger.hsc.edu]
		Sent:	Tuesday, September 09, 1997 11:38 AM
		To:	Mark, Maureen; Multiple recipients of list
		Subject:	RE:Borers,extreme methods

		I was very surprised to see this newly emerged borer
moth.  It does suggest that under certain conditions-a long season-there
could be multiple generations.
		Also-replanting JIs yesterday I found a few borers in

		Bill Shear
		Department of Biology
		Hampden-Sydney College
		Hampden-Sydney VA 23943
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