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  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: QUESTION about POAST
  • From: Dana Brown <ddbro@llano.net>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Dec 1997 10:53:06 -0700 (MST)

> From my experience, and I have used it for about 5 years, it (POAST) is
> quite safe to spray over the top of iris.  Remember, it will only kill
> grass, most but not all, although quite a few species are listed on the
> package.  Also, it is slow acting in cool weather and vice versa in warm
> weather.  I use it mainly for Bermuda, and it does a good job on it.  I
> highly recommend it.
Rick and whoever else wants to put their 2 cents worth in, <G>
	I have used Poast many times but not with the greatest success.  When
it works it works great but it only seems to work for me 1 out of every
8 or 10 times.  What do you do to make it work so well?

Dana Brown, Lubbock, Texas  Zone 7 Usda, Zone 10 Sunset
Where we are 3,241 ft above sea level, with an average rainfall of
17.76".  Our average wind speed is 12.5 mph and we have an average
of 164 days of clear weather, 96 of which dip below freezing.

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