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Re: CULT:Herbicides

I've been told Stinger is a broadleaf herbicide that can be sprayed over 
irises without hurting them.  It really seems too good to be true.  

I've tried to find information on Stinger on the Internet and came up with a 
document (for chemicals) that has to be downloaded, and then needs a code to 
open.  (I don't have the code!)  

So, fellow irisarians,have you used Stinger?   What your opinion on it's 
effectiveness?  Does it harm irises? Does it harm people?  

Reply off list if you prefer.  

Betty W. in South-central KY Zone 6
Bridge In Time Iris Garden@website:
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AIS: American Iris Society website  

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