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Re: anti-borer tactics

In a message dated 96-05-20 11:09:25 EDT, Lee in WI wrote:

> how about taking stalks of bloomed iris,
>making an iris puree, freezing this and later, spraying it all over ragweed
>or the like?  Confuse the dickens out of those little moths.  Meanwhile,
>spray Chanel No. 5 on the iris.  Might be interesting what happens.
>It hit 80 degrees here and things have gone Whoomph.  No blooms yet but do
>the iris ever love it!

Now, where can I find ragweed...as if I did not have enough other pollen to
drive me and my sinus crazy?  LOL  Thanks for the suggestion, but I don't
think I'm going to try it this year.  Clarence Mahan in Northern Virginia
where it is 98 degrees F. today...a few days ago we were wearing jackets!

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