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Re: Weed control question.

At 02:41 AM 01/12/2000 -0800, you wrote:

>Are you refering to Round Up?  It's fairly hard to kill daylilies with 
>Round Up.  Even if you use full strength Round Up on daylilies and 
>really spray them well you will set them back for a year and they will 

Yes I was talking about Round-up.  I did some (temporary) damege to
Daylilies once and hves been super carefull ever since.  I did once, spray
some Hosta (established in a bed) directly, they also turned yellow, and
distorted but re grew ok that year, and looked great the next.

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