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Re: Iris Borers

Dan writes:

>   I know what eats Iris Borer, it's a very small parasitic Nematode called
>Neoapledtanids, what a mouth full.  . Any way it is sold under the name
>and I used it a few years ago with great results, it did not kill the borers in

>the rhizome that year but come fall when thay leave and go into the soil GOT

     Let's all keep our fingers crossed that this wasn't one of the pesticides
on the EPA list that can no longer be sold to the public.  Also, P-L-E-A-S-E,
don't  anyone wask Dan how to pronounce Neoapledtanids! <grin>  It does sound
better than the iris puree and brick wall solution. . .

     Bill Smoot   73210.1725@compusrve.com    

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