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CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:

> Hi Jean & All:
>
> I was that pixter.The best thing to do is to have your garden treated by a
> professional.
> I did, two weeks ago. There is a second application coming tomorrow. The men
> wear spacesuits. The nematicide is VERY toxic. It is a bit expensive but worth
> it.
> I had only two hostas that were infected--longipes Aurea and Inniswood. But
> these Golden Nematodes are terribly invasive. They go from plant to plant in
> drops of water.
> They were brought to the States from Japan. We all either have them or will
> have them. Act now.
>
> Clyde Crockett z5 Indy IN
> ccredux@aol.com
> ************************************************************************

**************************************************************************Above
you mention you are having a nematicide applied to your property, could you please
share the name of the chemical?
Thanks, Robert

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