Re: Iris borer
In a message dated 96-05-07 13:19:41 EDT, you write:
>lays its eggs in late summer on garden debris or handy iris
>plants. The eggs overwinter and in the spring the cycle begins again...
Chris....A study done by a scientist at Beltsville reported that the iris
borer moth lays its eggs in late fall here...according to him, usually
November. Clarence Mahan in VA