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Scott E. May has questions about care of Dutch irises


Scoott E. May wrote me a note, and I don't have a sufficient answer.
If any of you have an answer, and are interested in replying, please
reply directly to him:

Scott E. May
http://may0513@washington.xtn.net

>My mother has about an acre of dutch iries.  Because of health
>she is unable to take care of these as she use to.  The primary
>problem is weed control.  They are already adhead of us.  Is 
>there a herbicide that can be used safely.  The primary weeds
>are chickweed, Hairy Shull Cap, some grass and violets.  I 
>think if I can initially get this problem under control we 
>should be able to maintain them therafter.
>
>Any help or references would be greatly appreceated
>
>Thanks


-- Dave Pane-Joyce








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