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Re: CULT:speaking of leaf spot

In a message dated 4/10/04 8:41:53 PM, donald@eastland.net writes:

> I have thought sometimes that weeds, grass and leaf debris hinders 
> leafspot.
> It is worse in the weed free beds than in those neglected ones.

I think that is true.   We have a lot of weeds and usually no or little leaf 
spot.   But last year there was quite a bit of leaf spot where we had mulched 
between iris rows with finely ground wood chips.

Dorothy Willott in Northern Ohio

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