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Re: Soft rot/Chlorox

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: Soft rot/Chlorox
  • From: "J. Griffin Crump" <jgcrump@erols.com>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Sep 1997 18:41:25 -0600 (MDT)

Steven & Sharlyn Rocha wrote:
> >
> >Ann -- You've done the first most important thing by cutting away the
> >rotted part. Now, squirt some Chlorox bleach on the cut (I use an old
> >Windex bottle sprayer) and let the sun do the rest.
> >
> >Griff Crump, near Mount Vernon, VA  jgcrump@erols.com
> >
>         Griff, is that a straight dose of Chlorox ? Or a mixture, say 3 to 1.
> Three parts water one part Chlorox?
>         Steve
> Steven and Sharlyn Rocha
> srocha@pacbell.net
> Zone 9, Region 15
> Ramona, Ca. 22 miles N.E. of San Diego
> http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/7679

Steve -- I've done it both ways (20% solution or full strength) and
noticed no ill effects from full strength.  When SPRAYING it on a rooted
plant, I prefer hitting it full-strength, just enough to wet it


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