help identify disease please.
bgcannon at hotmail.com
Sat Apr 12 17:02:29 EST 1997
Very hard to say without a look. Sounds like too much moisture, if so
several types of fungus will grow. If you think this might be the case
better air circulation and moisture control may be the best route to
take. I would try and take a sample to the local agricultural agent for
a better ID.
Best of growing,
Bob Cannon, Editor
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