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Re: OT: Chemicals up close & personal

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Dennis K wrote:
>My philosophy (right or wrong): Weeds are easier to control than 
aphids. So let the weeds grow!  :)  Then I don't need herbicides or 
pesticides and I have lots more money to spend on irises!  Plus I can 
sit on my fat butt a lot more.  And that is the most important thing of 

You're my hero Dennis!
I have a philosophy too: Your garden is a reflection of your inner self. 
You can tell tidy organised people, by their tidy, organised gardens. My 
garden is disorganised chaos, and, I've been thinking about it a lot, 
trying to imagine my garden without weeds. Frankly it is not a picture I 
feel comfortable with. 
Cheers, Jan Clark, Australia

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