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Re: Blechnum fungus

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Blechnum fungus
  • From: SCARLATTI@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 16:19:02 EST

In a message dated 11/21/2005 10:09:19 AM Pacific Standard Time,  
judith@fancyfronds.com writes:

Hello  Tim,
If you could send me more details re your Blechnum  spicant frond dieback
off line to Judith@fancyfronds.com I may have a few  suggestions.  Are you
growing them in greenhouses?  Heat or cold  houses?  Air circulation?  Soil
Judith I. Jones
Fancy  Fronds
Gold Bar, WA
Hi Judith:
& when & if the problem is resolved, I for one would love  to here the causes 
& remedies.
Thank you & regards.
_scarlatti@aol.com_ (mailto:scarlatti@aol.com) 

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