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Re: Biological pest control in action


When I lived in Hawai'i, everyone had cockroaches. If they were "big" ones, they had gotten into the house from outside - you killed them, but did not worry. When you found little ones, you knew they had taken up residence inside and were procreating. Then you called the exterminator!
Cathy
On Saturday, July 3, 2004, at 06:17 PM, Donna wrote:


That is kind of scary having that many termites around.... but I guess
you have that more common place down there then I do up here... I would
have panicked!

Glad to here that the eco system is working in your yard....

Donna



When I planted the Jamaican cherry earlier this year, I staked it with a pointed 2X2. I just now took the stake out. The part that had been
in
the ground had been turned into a condominium for termites. When I hit
it on the ground, hundreds of termite larvae fell out.

And an enterprising anole jumped from a nearby plant into the middle
of
them and began gobbling them up.


Island Jim Southwest Florida 27.0 N, 82.4 Zone 10a Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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