Eugene Zielinski eez55@earthlink.net
Wed, 17 Aug 2011 14:19:57 PDT
I'm suspecting something already in the pots, like cutworms, slugs, or
snails.  Take a look at the pots after it gets dark and you may find the
culprits in action.

Eugene Zielinski
Augusta, GA

> [Original Message]
> From: Kathleen Sayce 
> To: <pbs@lists.ibiblio.org>
> Date: 8/17/2011 2:50:12 PM
> Subject: [pbs] Rhodophialia
> Greetings, all. 
> I have two pots of Rhodophialia seedlings from the PBS BX, both
germinated nicely, but then the grazing began.  These seedlings are highly
edible to something. 
> Any ideas as to which animals like this so much that they will wiggle
inside 1/2 inch wire mesh to graze? I'm about to create fine mesh sacks for
each pot to keep the munchers out. 
> Kathleen
> PNW, zone 8, coastal, and finally dry after a damp spring and early summer
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