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Re: We're waiting...

Kitty, I'm surprised the owner allows smoking in the work area.  Tobacco
Mosaic Virus is deadly and can be tranported through cigarettes by just
handling them.  It affects all members of the Solanaceae family, which would
do in the tomatoes, potatos, eggplants, not to mention all the ornamental
flowers in that family.  Most nurseries have a no smoking policy in the
plant and planting areas.  We once  got the virus in our vegetable garden
from a friend who was chewing tobacco.  Disgusting habit!

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