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Re: CULT:speaking of leaf spot

In a message dated 4/13/04 1:35:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time, patsiris@msn.com 

> <<Dorothy, do you use alfalfa pellets on your irises?   Walter Moores said 
> that
> he thought he got leaf spot from unburied pellets.  >>

Sometimes.  When I do, I mix them into the soil because they turn into a 
sodden mess if I don't.  I did not notice any difference in leaf spot with or 
without, though.  I think the most critical elements in my garden are prolonged 
rain and high humidity.  The more "tropical" our weather,  the worse the leaf 

Dorothy Stiefel
Spencer, NY
Zone 4/5
(The other Dorothy)

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