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Re: [hostapix] trifluralin?

  • Subject: Re: [hostapix] trifluralin?
  • From: LCCCD Inc <lcccdinc@eriecoast.com>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 21:02:17 -0400

How much of each and anything else with it???

At 09:04 PM 4/15/02, you wrote:
>Thanks to Dan Nelson I have absolutely no weeds of any kind in about 2
>acres of hosta beds! Dan recommended spraying hosta beds in November
>with a mixture of Round-Up and Surflan; no harm done to the hostas at
>all. It's such a wonderful sight to see weed free beds. Clia the Border
>Collie continues to do her job well on keeping the deer away. This year
>is shaping up to be a spectacular year for hostas with respect to
>freezes. We have only one more area to fertilize (10-10-10). It's cheap
>and does a wonderful job. I got this bit of information from the late
>great Bob Savory of Minnesota.

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