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OT-BIO Delia

From: delia.burgess@ns.sympatico.ca (Delia Burgess)

Hi - I'm a MA,R,,M,F*.  I live in the Annapolis Valley NS and love
growing flowers. Last year I devoted one bed solely to bearded iris as
they are a particular favourite.  About half bloomed this year - about 5
or 6 different colours.  We've had a long, hot, dry summer which should
have resulted in healthy plants.  However, I'm wringing my hands because
the entire bed is infested with brown spots on the leaves.

What do you suggest?


*middle-aged, retired, married, female

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