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OT:2-4-D ???

From: Gordon & Loraine Nicholson <iris4u@pacbell.net>

Hello Glenn, what is 2-4-D, does it have a brand name?  Maybe its just
too early for me, drawing a blank? Your sprayer sounds interesting, we
haven something called a "micro" sprayer, long handle w/tube attached
that goes to the ground, shoots very fine spray any width needed.  Frost
again, purchased tomatoe plants last night, might hold them back a few
days.  Lorraine at Woodland Iris Gardens in Central California

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