pbs Digest, Vol 125, Issue 20 Heat treatment for virus

Peter Taggart petersirises@gmail.com
Thu, 20 Jun 2013 23:16:19 PDT
Evidently, after her experiments, Ellen Chernoff Ph.d.,  Associate
professor of botany, had already reached the conclusions suggested by
Jadeboy M.S. botany
Perhaps another time he might also edit the subject and delete some of the
less relevant material when replying to the PBS digest?
Peter (UK)

On Fri, Jun 21, 2013 at 3:46 AM, <Jadeboy48@aol.com> wrote:

> I response to message 4

> My advice  would be to isolate any infected
> plants and unless they are the last specimen in  the world burn the whole
> plant.

> Remember to keep infected  plants separated from healthy ones. Russ H, BS,
> MS in
> Botany
> 4. Heat treatment  follow up (Chernoff,  Ellen A. G.)
> Some time a ago I posted about an anti-mosaic virus  treatment for
> hippeastrum bulbs.  I think the method is OK as a last  resort.  It
> certainly eliminated the of mosaic virus marking on the  survivors, but
> I can't be certain it is really gone.

> I decided to dispose of the virused bulbs to  protect all my others.
> --
> Dr. Ellen Chernoff, Ph.D.
> Associate  Professor of Biology

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