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Re: Re: CULT: Chemical Warfare in the iris bed

I want to thank everyone for their input. I will read it all ( I printed it 
and also put it in a file) and make my decision on what to use. I will also 
look for some of the products I hadn't heard about too. By the way I did get 
certified a couple years ago to use
restricted chemicals. I am not one to just use something without researching 
it first.
Thanks again,
Leslie Jobe'
Owensboro, KY 
Region 7 zone 6

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