How to deal with Stagnospora

Wed, 29 Apr 2015 00:24:10 PDT
The use of beneficial mycorhizal fungi such as Trichoderma harzianum is now considered the best way of treating Stagonospora.
David Way wrote an excellent piece about treating fungal problems on galanthus in the AGS bulletin.
Not one chemical was endorsed.
Chemicals are not to be considered any longer with all the environmental and health risks involved.
Bees are dying in their millions and upto 80% of our food crops are threatened by phytochemicals destroying these pollinators.
The PBS should now endorse a more environmental philosophy I think...
There are plenty of environmentally acceptable methods of gardening without using such toxic substances.
And many of these products are now banned or under scrutiny.
And we all garden for pleasure not for profit.
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