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Re: CULT: Pre-germinant weed control

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: CULT: Pre-germinant weed control
  • From: "Edmund L. Castillo" <castillo@pipeline.com>
  • Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 14:34:31 -0600 (MDT)

At 01:29 PM 9/1/97 -0600, Arnold  wrote:  (snip)

  Re crab grass:  it is an annual grass, and though the 
>plant, once growing spreads out by growing roots from every nodule in 
>the stem, it recurs because of seeds, not spreading from the roots.  
>It can be eliminated by pre-emergent weed killers, which is the way 
>it is dealt with most often in lawns. 
>Arnold Koekkoek
>NW Iowa  Zone 4
I presume this responds to my comment to Griff Crump that PREEN is a good
pre-emergent weed killer for iris beds but won't work for crab grass.
Thanks for the correction.  It is most welcome news and I'll trust the
pre-emergent next growing season.

Edmund L. Castillo in Loudoun Co., VA

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