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SV: SV: Cult: Leaf spots


Clorine is not forbidden 
so ill try that too if it gets to bad with leaf spots.

Great!! 
I have my first TB seedling up some mm, oboy this is really exciting!!!!!

Gunnar


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> Fren: Henryanner@aol.com
> Till: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Dmne: Re: SV: Cult: Leaf spots
> Datum:  den 4 februari 1998 17:43
> 
> Celia said:
> 
> << Then keep your beds clean. Remove dead foliage often. When you see
spots,
>  cut off the leaf below them and burn or otherwise remove the cuttings
from
>  your garden completely - only compost if you have a really hot compost
>  pile. the county agent here suggests that you dip your scissors into a
10
>  percent bleach solution after each cut, and take care that you don't
handle
>  healthy foliage with the hand that collects the sickened leaves. >>
> 
> This is excellent advice. I can only add that in cases of really severe
> outbreaks I understand that people have found that cutting the fans back
to
> six inches and spraying the beds well with a 1 to 4 solution of clorine
bleach
> and water has been effective. Is such use of bleach forbidden there?
> 
> Anner Whitehead, Richmond,Va
> Henry Hall  henryaner@aol.com





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