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CULT: trace elements

>  What causes this on late stalks - an
>> absurdly enormous number of tightly clustered buds that never manage to
>> open fully or even at all?

>   A friend in Texas used to call it the fall version of pineappling 
>and could be corrected by using trace elements containing zinc.

Thanks, Walter.  I have read many mentions of trace elements on this 
list, but I am unfamiliar with such things.  Are trace elements something 
one can find at a garden center or feed store?  Are there specific brand 
names or formulations that are preferable for application to irises?


zone 3b northern MN - clay soil

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