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Re: Weed control

If as Barbara +ACM-1 says the daffodils are only up 1 inch I would not
expect to see any hosta pips yet. It depends on the daffodil quite a
bit. My pseudonarcissus flowers are starting to fade and I have very few
hosta pip showing here in zone 7.

I would use single strength. Don't get any on your hostas. It will not
kill them but it won't do them any good either.
Dan Nelson
Bridgeville DE
zone 7
-----Original Message-----
From: BBROWNJ+AEA-aol.com +ADw-BBROWNJ+AEA-aol.com+AD4-
To: hosta-open+AEA-mallorn.com +ADw-hosta-open+AEA-mallorn.com+AD4-
Date: Friday, April 02, 1999 4:59 PM
Subject: Re: Weed control

+AD4-Roundup is not at all selective. I would not dare use it.Any pip that
got hit
+AD4-would suffer.
+AD4-Barbara Jones
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