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Reply, Poast as herbicide


I have heard about Poast, and been unable to find it. Would someone who 
uses it be willing to bring their container to the computer and send us a 
complete chemical composition, and the address of the manufacturer?  
Those of us who have a problem with tall grasses are desperate! Thank you!
Judy Sylvester zone 5
jlsylves@indiana.edu





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