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What does everyone use to control the miniscule aphids or whatever they
are that just cover my iris blooms and eat the pollen?  It's no doubt to
late for this season, but would like to know what works for the rest of
you.  With the low humidity here, it is already very hard to collect
pollen then either before I collect it or after it is appied, the little
devils scarf it up.  I will be very surprised if any of my daubings take.

Jan-Tucson-Zone 8/9

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