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Re: Iris Borers

Clarence writes:

>My question is this: What is: What attracts
>the borer to an iris to the exclusion of other plants?  Is there a scent? Is
>their an iridescece? If some one could answer this, we could build an iris
>borer trap.  Any ideas?


	Those borers are attracted to the scent of all that money hybridizers
charge for new introductions. <grin>.  Don't keep us all in suspense about the
GISON (Greatest Iris Show on Earth)! We're all waiting with baited breath!   I'm
starting to get edgy from lack of CDM Coffee and beignets.     

Bill Smoot

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