Little can be done to stop spread of deadly fungal peril in NH say pathologists
A funguslike plant killer found in garden beds and greenhouses along the East coast over the past few years is expected to impact common garden impatiens once again this year, and plant pathologists say there is little that gardeners can do to stop the disease from spreading.
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