Why Are My Hostas Dying?

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Examine the leaf and look for any signs of disease or attack by pests, dig your hosta plant up using your tipped shovel. Ensuring roots are not damaged, examine the roots to see if they are damaged or eaten by pests; if so remove the dead or diseased part of the hosta. If the plant is not damaged you may relocate it to a new area by mixing the soil with high nitrogen fertilizer, after planting water and ensure you water the plant once a week.
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1. Dig your hosta plant up using your tipped shovel. Be sure not to damage many of the roots as they are vital to the plant's survival. 2. Remove the dead or diseased part of the
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Remove the leaves.
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A variety of things can affect hostas; bacteria, viruses & pests. We suggest you take a sample to a local nursery or your local extension office.
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Dig your hosta plant up using your tipped shovel. Be sure not to damage many of the roots as they are vital to the plant's survival. Remove the dead or diseased part of the hosta
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