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Re: hosta talk

NardaA@aol.com wrote:
last year I dipped a small Hibiscus in
> a bucket with a tablespoon of malathion in it and we almost had to evacuate
> the building.  
Hi Narda
	This basement used to be unfinished and had tons of spiders(old stone
foundation). I wasn't going to do anything about them after we remodeled
it but it got so bad so fast that if I walked across the room you felt
like spiders were crawling on you. I got one of those foggers and set it
off and then had to come back down for something and breathed a little
bit. I thought I was going to choke to death. I am not that crazy about
insecticides either.
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