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Re: Grass in Iris Bed

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk]Grass in Iris Bed
  • From: "albee703" <alhbee@aol.com>
  • Date: Sun, 06 Jan 2002 01:00:46 -0000

--- In iris-talk@y..., "Lera Cavanaugh" <ljcavanaugh@w...> wrote:
> Hello,
> If there > is nothing, I will plan to dig all the beds this summer 
> after bloom and
> refurbish with a little Round Up and lots of other good-for-garden
> ammendments.
> Any ideas?
> Thanks for yout help.
> Lera Cavanaugh in wintery Michigan, Zone 5

Hi Lera

I use Poast as a grass killer. I learned I had to add a sticker to 
the Poast. Last year a local garden center recommended Wilt-pruf as a 
sticker. It does a great job. 

Al Bullock
Z7 No. Va.

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