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Re: Surflan and Roundup

In a message dated 4/24/00 11:08:53 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Shishi@aol.com 

<< not on the hostas, or any other green thing you dont want killed

Harry, we had a hard freeze a couple of weeks ago, after many of the hostas 
had started to emerge.  The spraying was done that afternoon and it worked 
fine.  I suppose that if you live in the North and the hostas are not up too 
much you can time your spray after a a hard freeze to make sure you are not 
spraying any living plant tissue.  N.
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