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Forgot to say thanks

A while back someone mention taking a pop bottle to make a slug trap.  I
showed it to my hubby and he promised to make some for next year.  Well the
other day he came in excited and said he finally understood the instructions
for the slug trap (this from a man who was the greens keeper for a country
club).  He had watched the H&G station on the satellite and they showed the
slug trap.  Paul promptly made 3 for the garden.  So who ever originally
sent that suggestion THANK YOU!

Kate Ardissono
Long Beach

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