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Re: Cult: I. borer ~4th instar

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Cult: I. borer ~4th instar
  • From: "Jonathan" jfew@bigpond.com
  • Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2006 03:42:36 -0000

Rhonda,  as a matter of hygene whenever i cut a rhizome, i always dip 
the cut edges in Flowers of Sulphur.  This is a proven natural way to 
prevent the spread of fungus and other diseases.  As yet i have not 
come across this borer but i would certainly try the Flowers of Sulphur 
and as you said keep a close eye on the plants in Spring.  Best of luck

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