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  • Subject: [ferns] scale
  • From: "Redman, Julia" jredman@tigr.org
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2004 14:27:04 -0500
  • Content-class: urn:content-classes:message
  • Thread-index: AcO/8K9UcteQyK2qQ02mnCOAbPhnbAe0SRAw
  • Thread-topic: scale

Hi people,
I've got some scale on a young Platycerium superbum.  Its still potted
but the plant covers the surface of the pot (making it difficult to
treat the bugs by adding systemics to the soil).  The only reason I have
not mounted it yet, incidentally, is because the last one I mounted
didn't make it...are there any tricks to getting a mounted fern to


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