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Re: Leaves of Sun Power


Certainly has been happening to mine (see earlier message about Bright
Lights, the worst case). I'm in East TN, has been unusually hot and dry
(though I water them religiously) so I have attributed it to that. Even my
S&S looks terrible..

Gerry


At 04:47 PM 8/12/98 EDT, you wrote:
>Robins,
>It seems like a lot of people have been commenting about this happening this
>year to their hostas.  I have noticed some of mine, too.  Are we in general
>agreement that it is something environmental causing this, or what?
>Kay Dye, Edelstein, IL Zone 5
>
>
>In a message dated 98-08-10 23:44:50 EDT, you write:
>
><< Then the plant started puting out new leaves, and at the same
> time the original leaves appeared as though they were burning out badly from
> the tips inward  - now most of the original leaves are mostly brown or gone.
> It looks as though they have been receiving too much sun, but the plant was
> getting more sun earlier in the summer so I do not think that is the
>problem..
> I water religously, never letting the beds get too dry..
>  >>
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