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Re: new kid on the block


  As for slugs, did you 
>know that they make little pellets that you can put down to just do away
with 
>the things(heheheheeh). Narda

>Narda
Oh ----slug killer--- I didn't take that into acount.  I never use any  up
here---Can't stand the thought of the cute little things laying there in
agony--very upsetting,,--have you ever watched one after a meal of those
pellots?  get's part way up the hosta stem ,,,,-and suddenly get's a
stricken look on it's face--loses it's grip, so to speak, a pummits to the
ground **
THUD!! Is that something you really want to be a part of.  Remember to, you
could be leaving some little babies motherless!  I say, let em eat
Cak--lancifolia!
Ran>

Karen.PUB






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