Brugmansia has a mosaic...help!

Susan Wehe swehe at earthlink.net
Fri Mar 19 14:53:21 EST 1999


I'm stymied about the 80's post as dejanews was formed in 1995. However,
it is a great source of information.



susan

Nancy Milliagn wrote:
> 
> I'm sure someone has explained this to you by now, but I'll add my own as
> well. News article expiration is a function of your ISP and also your
> newsgroup reader may not show you articles over N days old.  First check your
> newsreader software.  Also, you can always go to www.dejanews.com and read
> newsgroups that way.  As far as I know they keep everything forever!  I've got
> some posts from the 80's that are still there....
> 
> Nancy M.
> 
> In article <7cfpfg$d0o$1 at nnrp9.crl.com>, you say...
> 
> >Also, why is this newsgroup deleting messages after one day?..
> 
> In article <7cfpfg$d0o$1 at nnrp9.crl.com>, shasta at crl.com says...
> >
> >dd at gondwana.org wrote in message <7cd26o$uf5$1 at nnrp1.dejanews.com>...
> >>In article <A5BC6F013A017D25.334C9EA72EDB2B84.5AEAD9083BB99BBB at library-
> >>proxy.airnews.net>,
> >>  animaux at spamticnet.com wrote:
> >>> I need some help.  I have a B.versicolor 'Alba' which is showing
> >>> symptoms of having some sort of mosaic virus.  ...snip
> >
> >>Victoria! Get your hands on some back issues of the Amercian Orchid Society
> >>Journal. ......snip
> >>Virus infection in orchids is a very major issue,
> >
> >Do Brugmansias and Orchids have similar viruses?
> >Also, why is this newsgroup deleting messages after one day?..
> >I don't know if Victoria saw my posting.
> >
> >Just wondering......
> >
> >Victoria, I would definitely keep the bad ones away from the good ones,
> >hopefully, it's not too late.  There are many Brugmansia fans in SF.
> >
> >Patrick Smith
> >shasta at crl.com
> >
> >
> >




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