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Re: "OT-BIO:" Connie Lane

From: stickelbg@juno.com (Rebecca A Stickel)

On Mon, 31 Aug 1998 10:35:17 EDT CLane20307@aol.com writes:
>From: CLane20307@aol.com
> I am interested in hearing about the Iris that does well
>in this climate, especially the ones that have large increases.
>The wetspring really cut back on my increases.  I also want 
>to know what other Irispeople do about fall fertilizing.

I haven't seen anything on the list as far as a reply.  I too am 
interested in how everyone FALL FERTILIZES.  I don't have a good
compost pile  going yet so I would have to use chemical fertilizer -
any suggestions???

Becky Stickel
London, OH - Zone 5

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