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Re: unhappy hosta

  • Subject: Re: unhappy hosta
  • From: ctuttle39@juno.com
  • Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 09:14:21 -0400

Folks, try CATS.  We were inundated with chipmunks, squirrels and
RABBITS.  "The Boys," as they are known, have decimated the rabbit
population, elimating over 30+ rabbits per year, numerous chipmunks (too
numerous to count), many voles/moles and they have even caught a squirrel
or two.  NO more, well almost none, Hosta damage from varmits.  The Boys
have done their job "nature's way."

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