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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by RABBITMAN11, Jun 14, 2011.
Reporting tonight at 6 about imprellis..
I heard a tg tech got stopped by a reporter. Great here we go.
I missed it. Turned it on with 5 mins left so I dont know what they said about it. By the way that tg tech didnt give them anything because they dont use it.
someone should find the link and post it here so we can see it too
Just looked on all the local tv websites and nothing is on them as of now.
Ok saw it at 7 and it was about the spruce issue. It said that there were a lot of trees with issues. They did say that is was marketed as a more environmentally friendly to contractors and that dupont is investigating it. Maybe they will float me $200 for a tree I apparently got with it. I'm usually pretty good about a 2 ft buffer on spruce/pines.
To me, it looks like most of this damage is in areas that have gotten very ample rainfall this spring after application. Is that a safe assumption?
I looked at lawns today that I treated with Imprelis around 3-4 weeks ago and did not see damage yet. Will look at them again in a week or two.
No, we have had little rain here and same bad results
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