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Re: Dormancy

In a message dated 7/31/1998 8:00:55 PM Central Daylight Time,
BSteg46464@aol.com writes:

<< Does anyone else  have Hostas that look like they may be going dormant now?
 I have several with leaves that are still upright but turning a golden color
 like they normally get in fall. >>
I do not want to be an alarmist, but I have concluded that the phenomenom you
describe is not due solely to our rather unusual spring and summer weather.
Nor to Southern Blight. Rather, I fear that it is the Golden Nematode at its
most horrible and devastating  work.
Foliar nematodes are endemic this year---next year,  I sadly

Clyde Crockett z5 Indy IN
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