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Re: NYers beware: tent caterpillars

The yellow jackets bother me -- Not so much anymore since we started  getting 
a landscaper to mow the lawn, but when I mowed the lawn, I couldn't go  five 
feet without out them freaking out and whizzing around my  head.  I would stop 
until they went away, but they'd start up again 10  feet away.  It would take 
FOREVER to get the lawn done because I kept  having to stop.  
I really wouldn't break out the spray unless it was an absolute  emergency.  
I never use pesticides really, and I usually don't have bug  problems.  The 
tent caterpillar was a new thing for me.
Long  Island, NY
Zone 6/7

In a message dated 5/9/2005 4:20:56 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
4042N15@nationalhearing.com writes:

I always  see all sorts of wasps in my garden and they virtually never
bother  me.  I never use any sort of fragrance, that may be  why.


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