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>Just vaguely heard of the product Subdue.  Never heard of any grower in
>CA using it in conjuction with PCN's.  PCN's habitat is very narrow. 
>Wet cool winters (not cold) and mild dry summers.  Acid soil, add
>sulpher or miracid. 

Although I haven't grown any PCN's yet myself, The #1 PCN grower in our Iris 
Society here in Washington says he has to constantly use Subdue to keep his 
PCN's healthy. In fact I think he mentioned giving up on them because they are 
so much work!

Jefrie Jenkins
Kent, WA  zone 5 

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