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Re: Irisarians in Medford, OR area

>When I reported earlier about using Maxi-crop (seaweed) on the plants I
>thought I should follow up. I did get some leaf spot after using it, but it
>was very slight. People visiting our garden are amazed at the size if our
>flowers. Today the Redwood Iris Society met here and they couldn't believe
>the sizes. Must have been the Maxi-Crop. I know for sure that I will
>continue to use it.

How often do you apply the Maxi-crop? I use a powdered seaweed on the rest
of my garden as a foliar spray but have never sprayed the iris. Hmmm. Do you
spray once a month? a week? starting when?
Karin Hinsen  seconfid@mtnweb.com
Coastal Range, Davenport California 
 USDA Zone 9

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