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Re: [aroid-l] disease

Aroiders, and Barbara,

You'll all have trouble identifying the problem because the accompanying
photo - which I noticed just as I approved the post - was stripped out by
the Aroid-L list processor. For many reasons - viruses being just one - we
only send out text mail on Aroid-L.

Barbara, if you have a web site where you can post the picture, or if you
want to e-mail the picture to Les Kallus to put up on the Aroid ID Center,
I'm sure someone can identify the problem.


On Tue, 26 Aug 2003 hcward416@comcast.net wrote:

> Can anyone please help me identify the problem I am having with this
> elephant ear? It is spreading to every plant. Thank you.
> Barbara

-- Steve Marak
-- samarak@arachne.uark.edu

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