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Re: CULT: Borer control-a new twist


Hi,

The person who said 2 x 5 is correct and that is pretty much a
guess/estimate.  I put a square on my drive and used a hand  grass seed
spreader until I was happy with the outcome.  Then I did all the beds last
fall in November.  I have redone all the beds now, although the material
should last 6 months.

It is about $18 for 14 pounds at Wal Mart and Ace Hardware.  Remember, it
must be the Bayer product and it must be without fertilizer.

Char Holte, New Berlin, WI (Near Milwaukee)
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <RYFigge@aol.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, April 09, 2004 9:40 PM
Subject: Re: [iris] CULT: Borer control-a new twist


> I find this info on Merit/Bayer?borers very interesting and hope to be
able
> to try it before it is too late, if I can get someone to do it -- but the
> person that  used  the amount on 5' x 5'  probably had trouble, because 5
by 5 is
> (I think)  25 sq.ft. not 10 -- that would have to be something like  2' by
5'
> or some such combination -- please let me know if I've forgotten my basic
math
> -- I never  cared for math much!  But, that mistake may be a serendipity
in
> showing that it is almost as good to spread the stuff a little thinner,
but not
> quite so thin?!  And it would be more economical, which would be a big
help!.
> And if we have to have consecutive  3 days of 70 degrees, then maybe I'll
be
> lucky and it will be after taxes and will be able  to do the treatment by
then
> -- so far it is cold at night and  chilly in day --   Rosalie nr
Baltimore,
> Md.,USA  sort of shakey about saying zone 7  when I looked at the USDA map
in
> the recent FINE GARDENING which is a terrific issue! (May-June)
>
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