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Re: Alfalfa Tea

John I Jones wrote:
> I don't have a specific recipe for alfalfa tea other than fill a barrel
> (or trash can) one third to one half full with alfalfa, fill the rest of
> the way with water and let sit for a day or so. Anybody else???

I have one if anybody is interested.  As I contiune to read these 
e-mails, I'll pull it out.......back in a few...
> I do have some comments about top dressing with alfalfa pellets. I did
> it this last fall (before our rainy season -YOu might consider using them after the bloom season.  Found it does much 
better here.
> > We are  troubled by iris borer here.  Does anyone know of an effective
> > deterrent that is not as highly toxic as Lindane or Cygon?
> How bout growing Roses or Hostas instead!!!!! :-)Seriously, depending who you talk to, Cygon may or maynot be harmful.  I 
still contend that if you use ANY spray correctly, there is no problem.
As far as another spray...no ideas here.

Dennis (aka Frosty)

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