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Re: re: CULT: Duration of RoundUp damage?

In a message dated 4/22/05 3:38:34 AM Eastern Daylight Time, rshadlow@cox.net 
A few years ago I saw what I was certain was Roundup damage at a state park
that our club gardens at.  We have asked the rangers repeatedly, and I
believed them that they did not use Roundup.  I have also seen photos from
freeze damage that looked the same as the Roundup damage I have seen photos
I concur with this. And we are likely to see some this year, as we have gone 
from nearly 80 degrees a couple of days ago to solidly frozen water buckets 
this a.m. 

Spencer, NY, USA (USDA 4b) 

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