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Re: Foliar nematodes--And Other Bad Language

At 06:43 PM 7/7/98 EDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 7/7/1998 , Dan Nelson wrote:
><<  PS. If you think Ronnie uses bad language, try saying "foliar nematodes"
> > someone's hosta patch.
> >  >>
>Worse= 1.That couldn't POSSIBLY be Hosta X. Why, mine is TWICE as big as
>2. "Hey! What's wrong with this little fella?"
>3. "You know, I think your garden should be on the tour--to show how bad
>snail, sowbug, cutworm damage and viruses can REALLY affect a garden."
>4. "[Pointing to cimicifugas] What is that weed over yonder?"
>5. "I bet the next thing you do is to plant some of the NICE cultivars."
>Clyde Crockett <VBG>

And, while viewing your budding and much loved small collection:

    "Hostas are all right, I guess, but don't you think they are over-used?"



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