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A request to all listers:

when you mention chemicals that you use, please name the active ingredient(s)
- you'll find the name on the bottle/packet - as well as the brand name.
I ask this because chemicals can be sold under different names in different
markets, but the name for the active ingredient is universal - it's like
calling plants by their botanical name instead of local common names.
Then those of us not in the US will know what you are talking about!!!!


Graham Spencer
Croftway Nursery, UK
USDA zone 8

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