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Chemical control of southern blight in Peanuts

Here's how to control southern blight on peanuts. Complete with
application rates, timing and chemical names. Of course, hostas won't be
on the label. That is, unless you read between the lines.


That Nelson is nuts you say. Off his peanut. A peanut short of a full
load. Peanuts for brains. Bullfrogs on his mind.

What do peanuts and hosta have in common?

I know what you're thinking. It must be southern blight.

Right you are.

Fact: Peanuts are stoloniferous and hosta are rhizomatous.

Oops, that's another thread.

Dan Nelson
Bridgeville DE
zone 7

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