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Re: Round-Up question

  • Subject: Re: Round-Up question
  • From: Shishi@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 17:37:32 EDT

hi all, 
what a client of mine used to do was mix the roundup with a liquid  pre 
emergent herbicide called surflan, that was a flourescent  orange.  not only did he 
have to spray just once for both types of control,  his partner could see 
where he left off.  left color for a couple  rains.  they grew hundreds of 
varieties, hosta included.

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