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Re: CULT: Borer control-a new twist


It is Bayer Advanced Tree and Shrub Insect Control. It states on the label
that " imidacloprid is the chemical name for Merit". The only apparent
in liquid and granule is the amount of active ingredient. The granular is
imidacloprid, while the liquid concentrate is 1.47%. I think I will test
this on part of
the iris beds this season.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bob & Donna Lockman" <thelockmans@tntie.com>
> John,
> What was the name on the product you found? It sounds like it might
>  be worth a try, if I can find it here.
> I am enjoying Jade Stone, Sun Doll, Chickee, and others...Jade Stone is
> just so pretty to me...I have some tall bearded ones blooming too. Just
> love irises of all kinds!
> Donna Lockman
> NC z7/8

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