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Re: Leaf spot

On Mon, 10 Feb 1997, Rick Tasco/Roger Duncan wrote:

> Bill Shear wrote:
> > 
> > Fungal leaf spot also hits I. tectorum but does not appear on any beardless
> > varieties and species I grow. Best wishes, Bill Hampden-Sydney VA 23943 USA
> Bill,
> Two years ago I experienced leaf spot on my Louisiana's.  And now this
> year I have seen it on my Spuria's.  It was definitely leaf spot but
> dissimilar to bearded leaf spot.  I believe that this leaf spot was
> imported into my garden.  In both cases it was controlled by the same
> fungicides I use on the beardeds.  Has anyone else experienced leaf spot
> on beardless iris? Rick Tasco Central California Zone 8

Rick, Could you tell us (again) which fungicides you use please.

Diana Louis <dlouis@dynamicro.on.ca> Zone 5 Newmarket, Ontario,

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