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Re: knockout

In a message dated 12/5/99 4:34:51 PM Eastern Standard Time, kwmille@mtco.com 

<<  Is there a picture of it somewhere?  Where can you get it? 
 Why is everyone so interested in it?
Kathy, I am wondering about the same, I have Knockout and apparently it did 
fine, I didn't note that it had problems. The problem plants were dug and 
moved sometimes to their benefit, sometimes not.  I had to check my list to 
see if I had it so I am wondering why I have it if it isn't special enough 
for me to remember what it looks like.  Sad. Narda
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