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Re: spots on leaves


OHMYGOD!  It's the dreaded deadly red mogart!

Actually the plants will be fine, but it sounds like she needs a valium.
You get frantic when it's 4AM and your daughter's still out with the Hell's
Angels, not when your hosta has a pimple.

Chick

Bob wrote:

> Good morning
>         Anyone have any suggestions, this was just sent to me?
> Bye
> Bob
>
> Can you help me?  My Hostas looked fine yesterday, befor the rains
> came.  They
> are in containers.  This morning I decided to start moving them, when I
> found
> small brown bullseye type spots on the leaves.  Two containers sitting
> on the
> side were almost covered with them.  I looked at another bed and found
> two
> more plants with a few spots.  Another bed had a few more spotted.  I've
> never
> seen this before.  The spots are almost coming thru the leaf.
>
> I'm frantic,  I don't know what to do, except to isolate them.  I
> couldn't find
> anything that resembled that on your disease page.  I'm going outside
> now
> with a magnifying glass and inspect the plant.
>
>                                                     Thank you for any
> help,
>
>
> P.S.
> There is a spot or two on a couple of plants I just brought in.  They
> are not with
> these others.
> --
> Bye
> Bob
>
>                 Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308
>                 http://www.hostasonline.com/  Hostasonline.com
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