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Re: CULT: Rot and Soap

  • Subject: Re: CULT: Rot and Soap
  • From: Dana Brown <ddbro@llano.net>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Feb 1999 21:21:16 -0600

From: Dana Brown <ddbro@llano.net>

> I heard a Dr DEan news bite a couple of weeks ago that said that regular
> liquid dish soap did at least as good a job at killing germs as the
> antibacterial soap and in some cases better.  Just another bit if info..
	I can't attest to the rot killing characteristics but lemon scented
dish soap (2T) in a gallon of water sprayed on iris or roses will get
rid of thrips and aphids.
Dana Brown
Pres. South Plains Iris Society
Lubbock, Texas  79401
Zone 7 Usda, Zone 10 Sunset

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