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Excerpt from Transactions of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society for the Year 1919, Vol. 1
Diseases and insects. The common disease causing loss in the seed beds is the damping-off fungus. This is a most serious fungus disease, attacking the little new grown seedlings while they are in the baby foliage. It works on the roots and along the surface of the ground, causing the little seedlings to decay and die. The fungus works in patches, sometimes a few inches in diameter, killing every seedling affected. These patches may spread from a few inches to the entire bed.
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