White spots on plant root

barrieON(5a)October 15, 2005

A few of my Black-eyed Suzans didn't survive this summer's heat. When I pulled them out of the ground I noticed white spots or eggs on the root. The adjacent soil also had a soap smell to it. Any suggestions about what this is?

TIA Dave

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Bob_Zn5(Z5 WI)

Soap ants?

    Bookmark   October 19, 2005 at 8:08PM
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