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Re: Surflan and Roundup

Can i us roundup now that the hosta are emerging?

At 07:34 PM 04/24/2000 -0400, you wrote:
>I used Surflan and Roundup on about 3,000 square feet of hosta beds in
>January 2000 and it worked great. The only places I have weeds are in
>the areas I did not spray. Even small seedlings started last summer and
>planted last fall were not affected by the Surflan. Hostas look great
>coming up through a mat of dead chick weed etc.
>Give pre-emergent herbicides a try in your hosta patch. You will be
>amazed at the labor savings. I use Surflan at 2 ounces per 1,000 square
>foot. Preen is another herbicide that should work well with hostas.
>Dan Nelson
>Bridgeville DE
>zone 7
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