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Is anyone else out there seeing an unusual amount of fasciation in their plants? I am, and it's a bit disconcerting. Research tells me that some of it can be spread by bacteria or virus, but I usually see no other symptoms of disease. Usually I throw the affected plant parts, along with other weeds and prunings, to the chickens, but perhaps I should be more drastic?
 
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Alder, I think you need to pack up and move a little further away from Fukushima.
 
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