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Re: blight????

If it is blight, I think you would definitely find that the bottom of the
petioles has separated from the plant.  Maybe what you are seeing is just a
plant trying to go dormant because of the heat.  Where are you at, Judy?

One thing that would help the group is for everyone to put on their email
signature what state/country/zone they are in, so that from where you are
we can better evaluate what's going on.  Here in Indiana it's been so hot
that I have been watching closely for drying out, yellowing of leaves, etc.
due to the heat.

Stacy Holtzman
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Bloomington, Indiana Z5b

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