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Re:Moles & Voles

  • Subject: Re:Moles & Voles
  • From: dave2943@yahoo.com
  • Date: Sat, 18 Aug 2001 00:16:11 -0000

--- In iris-talk@y..., Sandra Barss <barsssa@m...> wrote:
> I can second that, I am in Zone 3, SE Manitoba and have my share of
> moles and
> voles and rot too !!!  Too bad I can't send you some of the rain we 
> been
> having Dave, then maybe I could get my new iris beds dug.
> Sandra
> SE Manitoba
Last year we didn't get enough sun/heat to ripen the tomatoes...the 
iris I planted in a mix of straight sand and peat moss have done 
really well with imported water
Dave in SE Ontario, just north of Kingston, we are getting our first 
rain since early July (and that was just a sprinkle)
> >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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