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Re: Cinnimite

Thanks, Theresa, finally got a chance to go to your link and bookmark
it.  It is a tad pricey and would be nice if smaller quantities were
offered so one could try it out and see if it did the necessary. 
But, it's nice to know where to go to get some.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Theresa- yahoo <tchessie@yahoo.com>
> Found a link for it's sale: $40 for 21 oz- but each ounce makes a
> Notably- it's sold by Rosecare.com.  Hmmm- if I couldfind a smaller
> I'd try it.  We had a very wet spring and nearly all of my tea
roses have
> rust this year.  It's dry now, so it's probably just go away once
> effects leaves drop ( or get ripped) off.
> http://shop.store.yahoo.com/rosecare1/cinnamite.html
> Theresa

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