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Re: CULT: TB: Freeze and Aphids


From: "Mark A. Cook" <billc@atlantic.net>

Tammy King wrote:
> 
> I've also discovered that what I thought were just a few aphids has 
>turned into a launching pad for aphids of the world
> My Question (s): Is Malathion (I know, I hate to have to use it but am
> feeling desperate) safe for irises?? The bottle says "safe for ornamentals,

Tammy,
     This product will not harm Irises.  I would suggest adding a 
surfactant, such as Spreader-Sticker to the mix.  This will help keep 
the insecticide on the Iris leaf instead of running off.  Result:  More 
dead Aphids.

Mark A. Cook
billc@atlantic.net
Dunnellon, Florida.

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