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Re: nematodes

I've noticed this on one of my plants as well. My plan was to dig out the
plant, burn it, and then burn out the hole to be safe. I don't know if that
is a little extreme, but I DO NOT want those  things near my seedlings!! I
wish we would get some more feedback here....

Mike Groothuis
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