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re:cult; IRIS WORM (borer)

Jim thanks .  I have done the repeated applications and I have to tell you it 
rains alot here in New England. April showers bring May flowers(iris) so 
sometimes it rains every 48 hours for a month.  This year it has rained 2 
weeks in June, two wonderful sunny weeks the beginning of July   (yes I 
picked the right vacation week for once) then mostly rain since with a few 
days of sun in between.  Hard to believe when the rest of the country is 
haveing horrid forrest fires because it is so dry.

Doreen F. McCabe    x

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