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I live in OK which most of you know is between  TX & KS. I lived a few miles
out of town once and had borers in a lot of plants. Some were in stems  and
some were in iris roots. I have since moved to town and have had very little
problems with borers:knock on wood. I think part of it may have something to
do with terrain or like someone said with certain vegetation. Am glad the
subject has turned back to something that isn't way over my head. 
Dale Clark

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