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After reading about the Southern Blight, I am concerned that what I am
seeing in some of my hosta may not be the effects of the drought but this
blight that has been discussed.  Let me describe, and someone help me figure
out which or what...the leaves begin to turn yellow on the edges and finally
turn all yellow.  At this point or before I cut them off.  Most of the time
the leaves are still secure on the plant, I have to cut them off, they don't
just fall off.  The temperatures have been  95 to 100 for the past few days,
humidity unreal...I water overhead when possible and I know the plants could
not dry out because of the humidity.   What should I do???????   Judy

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