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Re: Leaf spot

Rick Tasco/Roger Duncan wrote:
> Diana Louis wrote:
> >
> > Rick, Could you tell us (again) which fungicides you use please.
> >
> > Diana Louis <dlouis@dynamicro.on.ca> Zone 5 Newmarket, Ontario,
> > Canada
> Diana,
> I use Daconil 2787, Fore and Bayleton.  I usually rotate these three and
> spray twice a month.  By the way, I've also experienced leaf spot on
> Japonica.
> Rick Tasco,
> Central California
> Zone 8

Hi, Rick! I am curious to know whether you spray all your iris with 
these products, or just the newer ones. If you didn't spray your 
historic beds, would they get leaf spot, etc?

Barb Johnson        ljohnson@cland.net
Southwest Missouri Ozarks    USDA Zone 5b     AIS Region 18 (MO & KS)
Where it's just about to be Spring next week! (Temps in the 50's)

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