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Apr 17, 2015 7:40 AM CST
Name: Arlyn
Whiteside Co, Illinois Zone 5A
I'm leaning strongly towards the "Kill 'em" side of the equation Sticking tongue out ! I really think this kid is "un-teachable"! I can see on the grass, this morning ,where the 'drift" was....starting to get that "yellowish" tinge. It's worse, of course right next to his "garden" (which is *about* 12' from the property line), and continues, getting wider, and fainter(thank fully FAINTER!) as it crosses onto our yard. We have a newly planted cherry tree in the area, but, since it isn't leafed out yet , should be ok (the leaf buds look OK), and the grass appears much better looking close to the iris beds. There are several SDB's in bud, along the edges of those beds, so, in a few days, I should know if it affected anything. I ^think* I see "funny looking" leaves on the iris...but that's probably just *panicky imagination*at work *Blush*

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