Be careful on garden cleanup!

Bridget Wosczyna fritchick@gmail.com
Mon, 16 Mar 2020 11:36:09 PDT
I handle all my arisaema with nitrile gloves when cleaning each autumn. Agree Atlas gloves are the best!  I use them in my garden as I live on a very old property and come across all sorts of glass and rusty metal parts when digging. Lots of marbles, too. 
Bridget 
In sunny SE PA where the galanthus have finished up and the hepaticas (some from Seneca Hill!) are blooming. 

> On Mar 16, 2020, at 2:22 PM, Robin Hansen <robin@hansennursery.com> wrote:
> 
> ´╗┐Oh, my, what a lesson!  Don't forget icky slugs and invisible insects that can sting. I wear a brand of garden gloves that are knit with Nitrile coating (Atlas).  They are not the cheapest but except for rose thorns and some cacti, they are amazingly protective for a long period.  I also wash them and throw them in the dryer with a dryer sheet which keeps them soft and pliable.  If I've been handling fertilizers or some types of compost, it's also a good protection.  For spraying I wear Nitrile gloves which I buy by the box of 100 from a maintenance supply store and throw away immediately after.  Sometimes the plain Nitrile gloves are also quite the best for handling tiny seedlings or seed sowing.
> 
> Robin Hansen
> Sunny but cold in 
> Southwestern Oregon
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