Contributors: K.R. Barker, Plant Pathologist;
D.M. Benson, Research Plant Pathologist;
R.K. Jones, Extension Plant Pathologist
Mature or Nearly Mature Annuals (Bedding Plants, etc.)
- Two or more entire plants should be dug up (not pulled) with root systems and about 1
quart of attached soil intact. If plant is very large, it may be cut into two or three sections in
lengths suitable for convenient packaging. The plants should be
enclosed in a large plastic bag. The root system should be tied off.
- The specimen should be packaged in a secure container for mailing. Loose soil should not
be included in the container.
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