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Re: aphids

Cliff Snyder wrote:
> Trouble in paradise!! With temperatures in the upper 60's and bright
> sunshine, while weeding this afternoon I found aphids running rampant on
> my iris. I've been raising iris for quite some time and never had even a
> speck of aphids. Any explanations out there from the experts?
> Cliff Snyder            Austin, Tx      Zone 8


If your agreeable to spraying chemicals, diazinon will wipe them out
without a trace.  I don't think that it is too dangerous because you can
still get it "over the counter".  At least you can here in CA.   

Rick Tasco,
Central California
Zone 8

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