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Stomp out 98 disaster

Title: Stomp out 98 disaster

A janitor at one of our school gardens sprayed Stomp Out 98 and laid waste to a large portion of the garden, trees, shrubs, etc.  Stomp Out goes by other names of Wipe Out and Barren.  It's a sterilizer with an active ingredient that has a half life of 40 days.  My question is do we remove all the soil mix from the raised beds and start over or can we plant a cover crop this fall of rye and attempt to plant next spring?  This is nasty stuff not to mention around kids.

Gwenne Hayes-Stewart
Executive Director
Gateway Greening
PO Box 299
St. Louis,  MO  63166

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