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Re: New iris beds

In a message dated 96-06-18 18:05:02 EDT, you write:

> We divide and move to
>new ground every three years. (Most of the time -- if we stay in an old
>area we solarize before resetting) We put the vegetable garden in the old
>iris spot when it is out of the iris rotation.


Would you mind taking the time to talk about why you don't replant
immediately in the same area.  Is it disease concerns or that some
micronutrient is depleted in the soil?

It was a pleasure seeing you and Anne again in MASS.... maybe someday I'll
get to Blackstone

Kathy Guest

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