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Re: Much needed rain

  • Subject: Re: Much needed rain
  • From: BanyaiHsta@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 29 May 2001 09:10:49 EDT

Dan, ditto up here in Yankee Delaware, right next to the Mason Dixon line. Hd 4+ inches since last Thurs, and cool mornings as well. Got all my home beds weeded, in the cold rain, but went out yesterday and saw the commercial growing beds had so much rain the hosta leaves were rotting: Will have to cut and bleach leaves/crowns now - what a chore. 25 days - no rain  4 days continuous rain. Ok how about some moderation here.

PS: 25 dry days - no slugs. 4 days slugs everwhere. Cygon here you go.

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