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Re: Re: Ia St Fair

Get some of that Gardens Alive Soap Shield (or any copper soap) and it
will take care of that powdery mildew. It does yeoman's work on my

Have a great time - all y'all!

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com
Sent: 8/11/2004 11:47:44 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Ia St Fair

> Melody & Mardi, if you are on the air, I hope our plan to meet on Sat is
> still good.  I definitely will be there.  I was out at the fair yesterday
> afternoon & will go out again this afternoon to set our finally additives
> to the
> garden (containers, birdbath, perhaps a chair).  Our garden is not our
> best.  We
> have mildew on the Plumbago, bugs eating, Salvia Black & Blue, Crossandra,
> Dahlias and Streptocarpella just not performing.  Guess the cool, damp
> weather may
> be part of the problem.
>     Ceres
> I'm looking forward to meeting you both at 1:00 this Saturday next to the
> bean tunnel!  Sounds like our plans are firm enough this time that we won't
> walk past each other, hopefully.
> Your gardens were stellar last year - I'm sure you're right about the damp
> weather conditions.  I have mildew on my lilacs, phlox, heliopsis, and
> others in my yard at home.  I always see something new and interesting in
> your plantings at the fair.  I just hope the weather warms up for this
> weekend - it was 47 degrees this morning and is barely up to 60 now!
> Brrrr.
> Mardi
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