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I use Ortho's Grass Killer (It used to be called Grass B Gone).  I
haven't found anything it kills except Bermuda Grass.
But I haven't had other grasses to worry with but you might check the
lable and see what else it does.
It has never harmed any of my irises.
Linda Harrington
Midland Tx

Doreen said:
Well I did venture out to the garden last week  and sprayed the rows
grass in them with the last of my Post.  I got this from a friend and
company had only sold it in gallons. Enough to defoliate New England I
sure. Does anyone know where I can get it in pint bottles?

Doreen F. McCabe
176 Carlisle Rd.
Westford,  Ma   01886

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