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Re: Corn Glutten

  • Subject: Re: Corn Glutten
  • From: Judy Cosler <jcosler@starpower.net>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2002 07:03:25 -0400

On Mon, 15 Apr 2002 23:55:30 -0400, Alttara Scheer
<alttara@earthlink.net> sent me the following message:  :))

>I use it on my lawn with good results. It's a pre-emergent, and a nice 
>balanced fertilizer, too. Timing is important, though; I put it out when 
>the forsythia and daffs start blooming. Then water it in well.
1.  where can one buy it?
2.  how much later can it be applied with success?

Zone 7 (close-in SS, MD)

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