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Re: critters on my seedlings

In a message dated 1/24/00 5:19:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, BBROWNJ@aol.com 

 This would take care of the flying stage, but would not touch the laval 
 in the soil eating the roots, which is where the real damage is done.
 Barbara >>

Barbara, I think the theory is that if you eliminate the fly stage then there 
will be no larva stage.  I am going to give it a try, I have seen minimal 
gnats, but would rather see none for the expense and trouble, esp. 
considering that this is not a greenhouse but a basement. N.
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