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Re: jade plant- advice needed

Oh- I didn't make it to HD today, but I do have some sulfur at home!


James R. Fisher wrote:
james singer wrote:
Daryl would likely know that. Only one that comes to mind is captan--and I don't know it that's still available/legal. As I remember it was withdrawn for use on food crops some time ago.

On Apr 8, 2007, at 10:44 AM, Theresa W wrote:

Hmm- didn't think of using a fungicide, since I don't have any on hand. Is there a common one you'd recommend? I plan on running over to HD this am anyway.
And there's also sulfur (Powdered or 'flowers of') . Safe near animals
and can aso be used to acidify spots in the garden.

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