Great info thanks Hans Brunsvigia josephinae rot <:-(

steven hart
Sun, 16 Oct 2011 17:00:57 PDT
Thans Hans

I have all these species in the garden except one. Your discription
perfectly described all of the circumstances in the lead ou to my little
cotastrophy, we had a cold wet winter & spring & they got damaged by the
goats 3 times this year.

I love my bulbs & they really put up with some torture The other day i had
an 8 foot long carpet pithon visit the garden & regular visits from 5 foot
long goannas that insist on sunning them selves on my bulb patches &
squishing things flat. I wouldnt have it any other way though :-) I must do
a little visiters to the bulb garden pgoto shoot & give everyone a laugh
when i get a chance :-)

Thanks Again Hans
Queensland Australia

On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Hans-Werner Hammen <>wrote:

> Hello StevenNote that I can be very wrong about my presumption that the
> mites are the (=primary) reason. However, IF Ken told me "well I have a lot
> of Hippeastrums in their neighbourhood" or such, for example EUCHARIS also
> being a "very good" source (permanent reservoir)

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