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Re: Cult: TBS: Rot

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Cult: TBS: Rot
  • From: patsiris@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 22:11:30 EDT

Francelle,   I don't remember where you live or what type of soil you have.   
If heavy, 
you might try raised rows like growing corn and incorporating bark mulch for 
drainage.   This has helped me, where we have heavy black clay.
    The first rain of any consequence we have had since June came last week 
and I
haven't seen any problems yet.   I water with soaker hoses in the troughs 
the rows.                                           Pat in Dallas  

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