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Re: borer control

Lee DeJongh wrote:
> At 03:52 PM 5/22/96 MDT, you wrote:
> - I don't have any way of knowing if thay are still active in my soil
> >or not,
> >   I live in Kansas City, Kansas Zone 5, TB peaked a few days ago, show this
> >sunday, have found borer sign on only 2 clumps so far this year.
> >                                          An Old Flower Child Dan
> Dan
> How 'bout experimenting?  Take some of your nematode treated soil and put it
> around selected iris in your new bed.  Maybe you can infect the soil.
> Lee DeJongh  in Rhinelander  WI  where we shoot borers on sight
> >
> Lee--Thanks for the good idea, I will do that first thing in the morning. Don't know why I did not think of that, sounds so simple, da. :-)    Dan>

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