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Re: Nematodes

Lowell Baumunk wrote:

:  I was very interested in Terry Aitken's article on nematodes in the Bulletin.
:  Have any of you used Nemacur?  It sounds a little scary to me.  I wonder
:  exactly what is meant by a "restricted" pesticide.  Colorado State U. doesn't
:  test for nematodes, and although nematodes sounds like a good explanation for
:  the kind of decline in vigor we see in long-used iris beds, I hate to treat
:  for a condition I am not sure exists in my garden.  Any ideas?

I haven't tried the chemical methods.  Here, nematodes can be controlled by the
solarization process discussed earlier on this list.    It gets REALLY hot under
that plastic!

Sharon McAllister (73372.1745@compuserve.com)
Sunny Southern New Mexico

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