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Yellow nutsedge control-Roundup

Have you tried Roundup on a sponge [the kind you put dishwasher
soap in the top]? Hold the weed in a gloved hand, sponge the weed
carefully avoiding the iris. It is very safe to humans and is
totally safe if applied to soil. You can plant within 1/2 hr of
soil application.
  Virginia    near Athens GA  zone 7/8 

>>From:           Henryanner@aol.com
>>Walter Moores said:
<<  While I lived in TX, I was plagued with nutgrass in several areas.
I bought Basagran and followed the directions on the label.  It killed the
nutgrass but it also killed the soil. Absolutely nothing .... 
>>Terry Aiken remarked upon a new product in the July AIS Bulletin, 
p.8, called Ornamec, apparently a garden center chemical,....
Anner Whitehead, Richmond,VA
Henry Hall   henryanner@aol.com  

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