twin scaling again

Fred Biasella
Tue, 09 Dec 2003 10:27:51 PST
Hello All,

I'm going to jump in here too. I have several
hippeastrums with this dicoloration as well. In the
past I had destroyed the bulbs thinking it was an
uncurable virus that would spread to my other
amarylllids. I'll have to try treating tem in the
future. Pardon my ignorance but is this twin scaling?

Warm regards from Boston where we just had an
unbelievable 2+ feet of snow!!!!

Fred Biasella    
Cambridge (Boston) MA
UDSA Zone 6B 

On Tue, 09 Dec 2003 17:42:52 +0000, wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm going to jump in here, not because I have anything
> to add, but because I 
> would like to learn more.  
> First: what is twin scaling?
> More importantly, if I'm reading correctly, some of
> experts believe that 
> this red or pinkish hue is not uncommon.  If that's
> case, then how do we 
> differentiate between normal, healthy coloration and
> Stagonospora?
> Thanks for your patience!
> Jennifer
> In Lincoln, Nebraska, where we got about 3" of snow
> the roads were not 
> plowed - scary!
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