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Re: viruses

  • Subject: Re: [cg] viruses
  • From: SoleilPaz@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 1 May 2001 06:57:46 EDT

In a message dated 05/01/2001 12:51:37 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
kfaurest@hotmail.com writes:

a friend whose garden I designed seems to
be showing signs on a few of the plants. Some of their leaves are curling
and bending in strange directions. (maybe they're just possessed?)


   I have this in my garden too. What could it be? So far it affects my
chard, and a bit of lettuce. Parsley, celery, lovage, oca, angelica, tobacco &
cilantro seem fine however.
   I've found it in other parts of my yard too, but mostly in this one
particular spot which gets little sun until mid/late summer. Last year some
potatoes in that bed had it, as well as cukes. Does not seem to bother the
cannas though.

P.S. Anyone heard of garlic aphids? I planted garlic next to my roses for
aphid protection, and this year they're covered with black aphids that simply
refuse to stay washed off! Hrumph!! --S

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