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Re: stupid question?

From: karen von bargen <von2@ix.netcom.com>

Hi, All:
   I have a less than brilliant question: I don't know what's getting at the irises: all the leaves look like someone went to a lot of effort to take little strips out length wise. Earwigs? Snails? Whatever it was also got the glads. The canna looks like it's been shot and now is Swiss cheesy. Probably the same culprit, right? How would I seek out and kill whoever is doing this to me? I just got a
box of iris in and would hate to see them get assaulted by the mad slicer!
  I know, basic stuff, but I'm begging for help!I never use pesticides but that's about to change....

Karen von Bargen
Scotts Valley, CA on the Monterey Bay where it's HOT!

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