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Is this baby sick. From Ben Lockhart

This is the reply to the e-mail I sent Dr. Lockhart concerning my hosta.
I'll be send
a couple of leaves out tomorrow.  Thanks for the address Brian.  I'll let
you know
what the results of the tests are.
Sam I Am

> It is not possible to tell from a photograph whether your hosta is
> with a virus. If you could send me a sample I would be able to determine
> the symptoms are caused by a virus, and possibly which virus it is. If the
> other hostas are not showing any visible damage then there is no need to
> worry about them. If you would like your plant tested, send me a few
> in a plastic bag. These should be sent to:
> Dr. B. Lockhart
> Department of Plant Pathology
> 495 Borlaug Hall
> University of Minnesota
> St. Paul, MN 55108-6030
> If you have any questions please call me at (612) 625-5785.
> Sincerely,
> Ben Lockhart
> Professor

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