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Re: an iris question

  • Subject: Re: an iris question
  • From: Bob <bobaxe@sbtek.net>
  • Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2001 12:06:48 -0500

NardaA@aol.com wrote:
 I think I will apply a clean up application
> of cygon there, I have totally removed all of the iris.

Hi Narda
	Probably not much use of spraying now that the iris are gone, I doubt
if the grubs will live long outside the tubers. Also I think it is moths
or butterflies that lay the eggs so I am sure they can find the iris no
matter where you plant them, might be easier to plant and treat them in
a group.
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