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Re: Leaf Spot: Gene, Culture, Location, Gardener

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Leaf Spot: Gene, Culture, Location, Gardener
  • From: "Juri Pirogov" <jukp@aha.ru>
  • Date: Sun, 8 Feb 1998 16:10:02 -0700 (MST)

   Nr: Jeff and Carolyn Walters <cwalters@digitalpla.net>
> D`r`: 8 tebp`k 1998 c. 19:43
> In my experience it seems that susceptibility to leaf spot is greatest in
> TBs, less in IBs (which are typically 3/4 TB by descent), less still in
> SDBs (which are 1/2 TB by descent) and non-existent in MDBs and beardless
> iris.
I can't remember how about MDB, but I found leaf spot on Iris flavissima.

Do you knou if Triadimefon (Bayleton) is effective for iris leaf spot?

Juri Pirogov
Moscow, Russia

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