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Re: bermudagrass wars


Interesting, Tony.  From the description, this definitely sounds 
like "Restricted Use".  Not an over-the-counter solution.

Maybe they were root-knot nematodes. 

Kitty
> on 8/29/03 9:35 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:
> 
> fumigants used outdoors?
> 
> Then, there fumigant "bombs". You would lay out a tarp, seal the edges with
> dirt, sand, etc. Area was watered down the day before. Instructions were
> given on how to release the gas. It is heavier than air. Used so many lbs. /
> given area. 
> When I grew azaleas in S. B., we an infestation of "nematodes" (forgot the
> type} & a grub that girdled the base of the stem. We layed down the tarp as
> above, & large tanks of MB liquid which was heated as it went through this
> coil which turned it into a gas under pressure. We used a torch to check the
> edges for leaks. It had color when flame hit it. We did 25 acres this way.
> Next day, we un - tarped it.
> 
> 
> Tony Veca <>< 
> Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
> Vancouver, WA  USA
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