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Nut Sedge Control

In a message dated 96-07-29 14:44:34 EDT, you write:

>< I will give you some nice plants of the most vigorous stain of nut sedge
>in the world.  >>  
>Is yours diploid or tetraploid?  I have a variegated cultivar (<:).
>Robert Turley

Keep it! Mike Lowe claims to have the tallest most vigorous strain, now known
as the "Lowe strain" of nut sedge.  (I seriously doubt his claims, but I
don't want to hurt his feelings.)  My war on nut sedge with Ortho crab grass
killer is more like a rout...and I am the one who is losing. But if you
follow a spraying program, and do it once a week for three weeks it will
work....as long as it doesn't rain right after spraying.   How can one dig
bearded irises in the rain?  Clarence Mahan in Va

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