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Re: CULT: Herbicidal Drift

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: CULT: Herbicidal Drift
  • From: The Hiltibidals <dutchman@fgi.net>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Jun 1998 18:12:42 -0600 (MDT)

Can you lift and move them, or are they just too many to do for?  Are your
iris a little down-hill from the neighbor's or up - as in if your iris are
higher than theirs, its probably not leaching through the soil into the
roots, might have been transmitted by fumes - ergo its the fans that
received the poison.  If your iris are downhill, and the possibility exists
they received poison through their roots/rhyzomes and may already be
gone.  Can you find out what they used and how it was applied?  If it was a
mist absorbed by the fans - I'd think you could cut the fans to prevent
further transmission to the rhy - but only after you find out if the
substance is indeed toxic to iris.

So sorry to hear of such incidents - more so when I know it is irises that
are threatened. Its noever ditch lilys - is it?
sharon Hiltibdial

At 09:04 AM 6/4/98 -0600, you wrote:
>Hi L-ers,
>I have a very pressing problem. Seems my neighbors have poisoned their entire
>yard with some herbicide and now the irises on that side of the house are
>dying (or just very stressed, can't decide which). I am afraid of losing any
>of those plants because a couple of them are rare in commerce. What do I
do to
>save the plants from dying?
>Iris Maniac
>Sterling (not Innerst)
>Seattle, Washington, USA
>Zone 8

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