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Re: Seed Viability and Zel Tol--Now Soaps & Vydate

  • Subject: Re: Seed Viability and Zel Tol--Now Soaps & Vydate
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 07:19:36 EST

In a message dated 3/10/02 8:32:57 PM Eastern Standard Time, CCREDUX@aol.com 

<< I got up and looked. You are right--it is Zero Tol.
 The articles mention also insecticidal (ouch! is that the right word? Sounds 
 awful!) soap. What brands are recommended?
 I have had nematodes sprayed with Vydate. Why is Vydate verboten? It did the 

Clyde, you are asking the wrong person about this stuff, I had one plant with 
infestation of nematodes last year and now I have an interest in dealing with 
the little slimy things.  Zero Tol is used as a fungicide and is recommended 
for general greenhouse maintenance, or so my friend tells me.  He says that 
it would be great for that except it is cost prohibitive.

Sounds like the persistence with what you are using is the important thing.  

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