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Old January 6, 2018   #7
KarenO
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don’t worry about all of that biz too much.
Hopefully it will perform in your garden and your crop does not suffer as much as last year.
Is There another factor such as an insect vector which would increase your odds of success if controlled as well? I am fortunate not to be intimately familiar with this disease in my area as yet.
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