Re: herbs and bacterial rot (was Moth Balls etc)
To All: Happy for the E-Mail. We can all share and learn.
Speaking of odd things, I don't know where I read it, but this is what
was suggested for Iris gardens then there are bug problems: Go up and
down between the rows sprinkling Old Dutch Cleanser or I suppose Ajax -
NOT ON THE IRIS but along side of them.
If anyone has heard of this and has a scientific biochemical mind, please
respond. Hope you all are having a great summer. Lisa, I read your
message, and I believe the List measns all of us who have subscribed!
I am writing from Washington State - south of Seattle.
Keep Safe and have fun while you can! Donna
On Sat, 13 Jul 1996 LMann76543@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 96-07-07 16:49:21 EDT, you write:
> > I have read that after soil fumigation
> >a treatment (or emendment)with mushroom compost helps weigh the balance in
> >favor of the good wee beasties over the bad wee beasties.
> That's nice - there is a mushroom 'factory' about 5 miles from my house and I
> buy it regularly for the vegetables. I have always been afraid to use it
> around the iris though. Think this is safe?
> Linda Mann firstname.lastname@example.org east Tenn. USA