Re: CULT, REF: Iris Borers
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- Subject: Re: CULT, REF: Iris Borers
- From: Ray & Judy Keisling <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 2 Feb 1998 02:18:10 -0700 (MST)
R. Dabbs wrote:
> william b. cook wrote:
> > Recently, I made a posting saying that I thought the Iris Borer would
> > be present in Texas and Kansas. This posting was not based on any
> > hard-core evidence, but was based on assuming that it would be there since
> > it is found in neighboring states with similar conditions.
> > Since we have Iris List members in both Kansas and Texas, I am turning
> > to them to clarify this matter. Is the Iris Borer present in these two
> > states? If so, what parts? If not, let us know that since that is
> > valuable information too.
> > If I confused anyone, I am sorry, but I would like to find out more
> > about the range of this insect pest.
> > Mark A. Cook
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Dunnellon, FL.
> I am about 50 miles east of the Kansas border (on the Missouri side -
> zone 5) and we do have iris borers here though they do not seem to be as
> serious of a problem as many have described. Being this close to Kansas
> and with nearly identical climate, I would have a hard time believing
> that they would not also be there too.
> Mayview, MO
> Zone 5
> (Saw a butterfly yesterday!)
There are Borers in East Central Kansas (Kansas City,Ks
North of Liberty, Mo