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Re: good news about H. 'Sea Sprite'

In a message dated 7/10/00 3:39:22 PM Central Daylight Time, 
zumach@execpc.com writes:

<< Are you saying that the cause of the spotting on Sea Sprite is
 not a virus?  Or is it a virus that only affects Sea Sprite? >>

Hi Hank,
I don't know much about viruses other than what I can remember from Dr. 
Lockhart's talk at the AHS convention here last month (which isn't alot).  
From some of the posts either on this list or on the Phoenix??, or any of the 
others I'm on (I usually don't keep track of which list I'm reading), I got 
the impression that all Sea Sprites are virused.  So I had mine checked out 
to see if it was too, and I was told my sample was too small to test, but 
that it looked fine anyway.  And also, none of the Sea Sprites he's ever 
tested have shown a virus.  

Cindy Johnson
White Bear Lake, MN
zone 4a
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