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arisaema problems

  • Subject: arisaema problems
  • From: "Michael Bosold" <mbosold@meijergardens.org>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2002 14:06:09 -0500 (CDT)
  • Content-class: urn:content-classes:message

A friend of mine phoned me and told me she had leaf dis-coloration on her A. triphyllums.  She said they had red spots on the underside of the leaves, I am guessing fungus.  Is there anything that can be done.  She already has had some that have fallen over and turned yellow.  I told her to cut those off and put them in her garbage to avoid contamination.  Any hope for the others, what about avoidance in the future?  Any help appreciated...
Michael Bosold
Frederik Meijer Gardens
ph. 616.977.7694
fx.  616.975.9545

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