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Re: CULTURE:Snapshot


I use Preen here at home and it does fine but I don't have a big weed
problem here.
I have some seedlings planted at Hidden Acres Iris Gardens and I used preen
on them heaver than I do at home. John used Surflan on his bed right next to
it. There is a big weed problem there as it was a weed field for a couple of
years. There is iris and wild onion growing together in the bed now.
Wondering if the onions will repel the borers.

Surflan won Big!!!

Mike Greenfield
redea@Infinet.com
SW Ohio Zone 5b
----- Original Message -----
From: "Patricia Wenham" <h.schinkep@verizon.net>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, May 02, 2003 10:37 AM
Subject: [iris] CULTURE:Snapshot


> I am not familiar with Snapshot for use in the garden.  Perhaps we do
> not have it in Central WA agriculture or garden stores.  What is it?
>  How is it used?  Is it effective?  I am trying to decide which weed
> inhibitors and fertilizers I should use here.  Our Region 13 spring
> conference will be held here for the first time ever in the spring of
> 2005 and after seeing the beautiful weed free fields of the growers on
> the coast I want to try to eliminate weeds and give my iris a bit of a
> boost in vitality for that event.
>
> Patti
> Arid USDA zone 5 in Central WA State
>
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