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diagnostic help for 'frosty spears'

Posted by Theresa6 ILz5 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 11, 03 at 22:06

First time posting to the sans forum! I am glad its here... I have a sans 'frosty spears' that I got from gringsby ages ago. Its finally doing something (growing, that is) and I find these strange symptoms. It looks as though the older leaves are turning white! It has been summering outdoors since June, in pretty good lighting. Any ideas?

Here is a link that might be useful: one more pic

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RE: diagnostic help for 'frosty spears'

Sounds like that might be where it gets its name?

RE: diagnostic help for 'frosty spears'

Hey Theresa,

Wanted to look, but not getting any pic, not even on the link!! Just says 'page cnanot be found'. Sorry.

RE: diagnostic help for 'frosty spears'

So sorry guys! Here I come asking for help and you cant even see my pics! Darn msn!

RE: diagnostic help for 'frosty spears'

I saw it yesterday, Theresa. Not now.

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