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Fwd: Attn Jim

Jim, I sent this a few days ago with no response so thought you may not have 
rcd it so here it is again.  I am really interested in the Brunfelsia.
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In a message dated 2/20/04 5:48:23 PM, jsinger@igc.org writes:

<<  Only problem I know of is that indoors they tend to be scale 
magnets.  >>

This is true with mine.  I am now using neem oil as suggested by Logees.  
Think  this will take care of the problem?
    Do you grow Brunfelsia, Jim?  I have one in bloom now and the fragrance 
is wonderful.

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