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Re: Re: Immunox


Auralie & Pam,
Well it sounds like the milk might do the trick.  The real trick, regardless
of what we use, is making sure each person applies it. Hmmm....
We have 7 people who tend this nursery and everyone takes responsibility a
week (starting Sunday) at a time for weeding, watering and maintaining.
It's sort of up to that person when they come, how often, and what they get
done.  I'd be concerned that Week 6 it would get sprayed on Friday, and week
7 on Sunday (2 days later), and week 8 on Saturday (13 days later).  And
that's if they remember to do it.

Kitty
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <gardenqueen@academicplanet.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, February 07, 2005 7:31 PM
Subject: Re: Re: [CHAT] Immunox


> I use that Soap Shield (copper soap) for powdery mildew and it just does
> wonders on my phlox. Clears it right up. Works pretty well on the
> zinnias too,
>
>
> Pam Evans
> Kemp, TX
> zone 8A
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
> Sent: 2/7/2005 6:15:21 PM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Immunox
>
> Kitty, I use milk on my roses, and never notice any residue. The only ones
I
> grow
> are miniatures in containers around the breezeway.  Gave up on other roses
> years ago because of the deer.  Every week when we grocery shop we get a
> gallon of milk.  There will be about two inches left in the previous
week's
> jug.
> We fill that with water and just pour it over all the containers.  Haven't
> had
> black spot or mildew or any other such problems since I started this a
couple
> of years ago.  May not be scientific, but it seems to work.  I use milk on
my
> face for a lotion, too, since I am so allergic to any commercial product.
> Good
> stuff.
> Auralie
>
> In a message dated 02/07/2005 4:55:43 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
> I've heard about using milk and just now looked into it more. This would
> be a protectant and we do plan to start early with this. However, I have
> one concern. It's milk, yes only 10-30% milk, but doesn't it leave a
> residue on the leaves? I know PM looks worse, but plants for sale
> shouldn't have a white film on the leaves
>
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