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Fwd: RoundUp Warning

I forwarded the RoundUp info to my friend at our Agriculture Experiment 
Station, and this is the reply I received.

zone 7
West TN
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Carol Reese
Ornamental Horticulture Specialist -Western District
University of Tennessee Extension Service
605 Airways Blvd.
Jackson TN 38301
731 425 4721 email  jreese5@utk.edu

thanks for the heads-up. I read up on it at several internet sites, and
most indicated it wasn't a good idea to use them together anyway, since the
diquat disrupts the translocation of the Roundup, which will kill the whole
plant, whereas the diquat primarily only burns the above ground parts..

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