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Re: Re: CULT: leaf spot

Just this year, my scheduled changed, and I've been able to spend more time
keeping beds cleaned.  I started late fall, keeping them clean through
winter, and this year I have the best looking beds I have ever had, in terms
of having little leaf spot.   I have not sprayed once this year, and in most
years I start spraying with Daconil mid Winter.
I give credit to the fact that air space around the plants, keeping it
dryer, and of course, all the dead leaves and rotting plant material isn't
there as a host.
It's true though, there were times I would notice that beds with high grass
didn't show leaf spot.  But that was until I got in and cleaned them
thoroughly, and within a week, they would show leaf spot terrible.  Seems it
was just waiting to pop out.
Kitty Loberg
> >
> > <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. Donald Eaves donald@eastland.net Texas Zone 7b, USA>
> >
> > --
> > Linda Mann

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