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Re: malathion against borer??

>In a message dated 96-05-16 13:21:08 EDT, you write:
>> The borer in the bleach jar died almost instantly.  T

Finally got here, thanks to you, but I've been lurking and learning since
about the
only thing I know about iris is that they are hardy, have beautiful blooms, and
love to grow grass where you can't pull it.

Back to the bleach.  I have two old lady friends who have always sworn by
bleach for everything.  One had some kind of insect on a plum tree.  Bugs were
killing it, so she poured undiluted bleach all over it.  The kill or cure
It cured, but I wouldn't do anything that drastic unless it was the same kind of

Hope we don't get those dreaded bulb mites in the iris.

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