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Re: Strange spots on leaves

I know what you mean, Julia.  Mysterious!! These spots came rather suddenly,
with the rain, I think.  From another posting about bacterial rot, I am worried.
And hoping for dry weather soon.  I've really cleaned up the fans of the
old leaves and removed every bit of everything from the rhizomes.  These
spots seem to be on bearded iris in more out of the way spots not ideal to
them.... special care and an weather eye out, I hope.  

And I'll wait for other comments, too.

Carolyn Schaffner in wet wet wet (this is a recording) Buffalo, NY
	Going garden hopping in hysterical section of East Aurora, NY, thanks
	to KathyGuest, their most renowned citizen

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