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Re: New Hostas

All I have right now is Liquid Sevin.  Can I use a watering can to sprinkle
the hostas?

Thank you, Dr. Crockett.

At 08:35 PM 5/17/98 EDT, you wrote:
>In a message dated 5/17/1998 7:01:19 PM Central Daylight Time,
>janh@infocom.com writes:
><< Well, I'm having the same problem as several of you.  I have 12 new hostas.
> My Fragrant Bouquet and one other have big brown light spots.  Could they be
> sunburned?
> Sagae has little tiny brown spots.
> My older Golden Tiara has pin hole holes in the leaves.
> What do I have and what do I do about all these pests? >>
>The browning is due to an attempt to acclimate to sun. They will be ok. Water
>and mulch like crazy.
>Pin holes are those little slugs that are the bane of Indiana hosta gardens.
>Sprinkle Sevin at base and up the petioles a bit with Sevin.
>Clyde Crockett
>"We still make hosta calls.--Dr. Crockett"
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