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Re: seedlings etc

In a message dated 02/12/2001 5:02:50 PM GMT Standard Time, 
bmathani@flash.net writes:
<< Infestation of fungus gnats >>

Besty and others with this problem,
Ridding you plants of fungus gnats is very simple.  I think the solution must 
be too simple and to successful for the more scientific mind.  As I have told 
this group and others many times all that you need to do is spray Lysol into 
your tray not on the plants (three good squirts) and then add water.  The 
soil takes up the solution and the gnats are killed.  Sometime it is 
necessary to treat twice.  I am growing thousands of seedlings in promix that 
has not been cooked or treated and I have no gnats.
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