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Re: CULT: Duration of RoundUp damage?

I used it june of last year after all blooming was done and I was redoing beds
All iris were out of the bed about a week
this year banbury ruffles looks like blue doll and Beechwood buzz looks like
with castinets.  Looks like only one or two blooms are affected the rest of the clumps seem to be blooming normally.  
hope this helps

-----Original Message-----
From: Jean Richter <richter@eecs.berkeley.edu>
Sent: Apr 21, 2005 2:57 PM
To: iris@hort.net
Subject: [iris] CULT: Duration of RoundUp damage?

I had an iris open yesterday exhibiting what I'm 99% sure is
RoundUp damage. The strange thing is that I don't use RoundUp,
and I'm pretty sure my neighbors don't either. Nearby iris are
blooming with no apparent problems.

How long does RoundUp damage persist? Could the iris have been
exposed before I received it (last summer)? Or should I start
bugging my nextdoor neighbor about it? :-)


SF bay area, zone 9

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Anita Moran
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