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Nip it in the bud

It’s best to catch plant diseases early

Posted: August 17, 2013 at 4:12 a.m.

Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JANET B. CARSON For HomeStyle story about plant diseases, shelf fungus on a tree is a sign the trunk is rotting.

An amazing summer for Arkansas, with lower temperatures and periodic rain, has been a boon for our gardens. But it has also benefited a few diseases.

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HomeStyle, Pages 35 on 08/17/2013

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