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H. 'HOLES!!'

Many of my varieties are seemingly "mutating" into this form lately!
They have large well chewed holes everywhere. Sometimes the holes reach
the edge of the leaves and in extreme cases, some of the leaves are
completely gone! Each one of these holes are about 3/8th of a inch wide
and vary in length. Even my very heavy substanced hostas have these. My
hosta 'Invincible' certainly isn't in this case. I have never had this
before. What is it? How can I stop it from happening? Thanks a million.

Mike Groothuis
Niles, MI
zone 5

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