Scary, isn't it. Thanks Mike. Maybe they sprayed it on the weeds near one of the horse ranches near by. Chatsworth is known for its winds!
Jan in Chatsworth
orders at Sutton's <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Drift from chemical spray can easily travel 300 yards, more on windy days, especially if an adjuvent or sticker is not being used. that looks exactly like round-up (or similar product) damage. Even a tiny bit of round-up
hitting a plant during the development stage can do that. There are some other herbicides that can cause round-up like damage too, unfortunately I can't remember which ones. Must be getting old.....
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