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Re: powdery mildew on crepe myrtle

You can order this online - do a Google on Sluggo or Escar-Go and
you'll find lots of sources.  It is not all that easy to find here in
the DC metro area, either, for some reason.  It is NOT inexpensive. 
I'm with Kitty - I wait until I see signs the stinkers are at work
and then sprinkle.  Unfortunately, I tend to buy one container and
then never get another and one does not go far in a large garden. 
But it does appear to work and it's benign, which no other commercial
slug deterrent is.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
Editor:  Gardening in Shade, Suite101.com
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> From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
> I tried to find Sluugo or Escar-Go in garden centers around here
last spring,
> and they not only didn't stock them - said they had never heard of
them.  More
> than one place told me this.  I encouraged them to look into the
matter, but
> for various reasons didn't get back to see if they had.  Next

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