glads - Knowledgebase Question

aliso viejo, Ca
Question by rfhicks
July 4, 2010
thinned and replanted glads last year did great, this year 33% did well, with same care, why?


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Answer from NGA
July 4, 2010

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That's difficult to answer! It may be that the corms were affected by insects. Why not dig a few and check to see. If you find damaged corms, pull them out and destroy them.

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