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Re: Brown spots on 'Sagae

I'm not sure.  I got mine brand new here in Indiana from a Hosta grower.  It
actually came that way.  Some on this list have said it could be slugs,
other types of bugs or whatever.  My Sagae is in the shade.

Jan Hibner, Zone 5, Richmond, IN

At 07:28 AM 5/21/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Ken and all,
>My pond where the sagae is planted is mostly in the shade.  It might get
>a couple of hours of filtered sun late morning.  I noticed your post
>about your sagae.  You said they looked like pin holes with brown around
>them.  That's exactly what mine look like.  What's going on here?
>Jane Spencer
>Portland, IN
>Zone 5
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