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Re: Re: CULT: Humore - & convention gardens

Just an opinion -- but based on the OKC gardens that all used HUMORE, AVOID 
it at all costs.  I'm with Gerry on this.  Half the gardens the plants looked 
poisoned.  While there was good bloom on the last tour day at the responsible 
garden, the plants had a suspicious look, and I wonder if there were not rot 
problems going into the summer, or would have been had the plants not been 
guest plants returned after the convention.  Until more info, Please avoid 
it, and find something else to add to the soil.  Regards, Abe Feuerstein 
(Stockton Iris Gardens).

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