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Re: Getting rid of all TB's =^..^=


I would say the best way to get rid of them would be to just advertise a
'come an get em' day.  Pick a day or maybe a week, plan to be home, make
lots of lemonade...  I'm convinced that you could get rid of all of them in
a short time.

Except, that I don't know if there are enough iris fans within x radius of
where you live who would actually take advantage.  I would, but I'm not
within x radius.  Perhaps trying to eliminate 1500 varieties from your
garden in one year is too much to ask, except if you're asking a brush fire
or compost heap.

Not much help I guess

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