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Re: insect control

Well thanks Tony but I don't have the problem with Giant Whitefly.  It's 
a San Diego problem and just to remind you I'm up north of San 
Francisco.  They are coming from Mexico.  Does Feverfew keep them at 
bay?  What is it?


Tony Veca wrote:

>on 10/5/03 11:39 AM, David Franzman wrote:
>>Giant Whitefly 
>DF - Have you tried planting Feverfew  around the area? Is it possible to do
>this? I've noticed where I have it coming in areas, there is little to no
>pests, especially on veggies. Just a thought.
>Tony Veca  <>< 
>Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
>Vancouver, WA  USA
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