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Old 07-12-2017, 05:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Fusarium/panama disease

Originally Posted by sputinc7 View Post
Don't get me started on doctors and drug companies... Sorry to hear of it all, though.
I am surprised you would have a fusarium wilt issue in such a dry area, as it is a fungus.
It seems you would need to try to keep any fungus alive there. Also sorry to hear of your fungal issues.
What's the mystery illness?
Thanks for the reply Steve,
I suspect the fusarium may have come from some seed topper that was used all over my yard last October. It was such nice soil I piled some on my mats also. The Bermuda grass was really struggling until the smoking hot 119F weather the last couple of weeks, now its looking much better and I wonder if the heat beat back the fungus. My figs are not ripening very well, very few are worth eating.
I never really pinpointed an illness. I was having some adrenal problems and treated that with Glandulars around the time I was feeling a little better and the Glandulars helped tremendously. I then started eating even better than I already was. When I started taking a high end probiotic I no longer felt like I was slowly dying. I lost over 60lbs without trying. Idiot doctor said blood work looks fine but I kept losing weight while eating all day long. Learn about gut health, the endocrine system and dental issues especially root canal dangers, they are where good health is found or lost.
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