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Re: Cult:Anti-bacterial Soap

  • Subject: Re: Cult:Anti-bacterial Soap
  • From: gardenklr@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2001 23:42:13 -0000

--- In iris-talk@y..., dalonzi35@y... wrote:
> Does anyone know or can anyone recommend a ratio of Dial or any
> antibacterial soap to one gallon of water?.  Thanks to everyone who
> has been responding to my questions.  You are a great help!
> donato.

In an article in the Jan 01 AIS Bulletin (page 38) Don and Ginny 
Spoon state that they use 1 tablespoon per gallon.  I used it on my 
iris this spring and have had no rot to date.

Gary Keller
Florissant, Mo
Zone 5

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