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Re: CULT: Poast


Ensata@aol.com wrote:
> 
> In a message dated 97-03-31 05:23:08 EST, Kathy wrote:
> 
> << Has anyone had any experience with Fusilade?
>   >>
> Yes.  John at Ensata Gardens here in Michigan.  We've used Poast (fusilade)
> for several years.  Kills grass of all kinds.  Safe to use over iris of all
> kinds, daylilies, hosta, junipers,...   Don't know of any one time being
> better than another.  Usually do it when one gets time to do it.  Be patient,
> though.  The grass won't show signs of dying for 2-3 weeks.  However, it
> stops the grass in its tracks right away: no more growth, no more blooming or
> seed making.  Just a gradual yellowing,  then browning of the grass.
>     John.    Southern Michigan, Zone 5, crocus just blooming.

HELP -- Does anyone know where I can buy POAST in the Dallas, Tx area. 
Can't seem to locate it.  Maybe someone has an address or phone no. of 
the mfg'er of POAST, any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Lana Barotta





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