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Cricket Damage Photo
  • Subject: Cricket Damage Photo
  • From: "Jean Sturtevant" <jms1027@insightbb.com>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 13:52:25 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)


A while back someone mentioned that crickets were doing some damage to her irises.  I think I might have had some trouble too.
Does anyone have a photo of such damage?  I've already dumped my damaged ones; that's why I'm asking.
The damage seems to be like a bit of the fleshy part of the rhizome has been eaten away.  Any does this damage the rhizome beyond repair?
Thanks for any information in advance.
Jean in KY
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