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Re: Spring-APHIDS


In a message dated 3/21/99 12:48:12 AM Eastern Standard Time,
RONLIVES@prodigy.net writes:

<< Last year someone posted an anti-aphid formula, it worked well for me.
 1tblsp of dish detergent + 1tblsp of cooking oil in a gallon of warm water:
 shake well put into a spray bottle and spray plants as needed. Does anyone
 else remember this? >>

That was ajax antibacterial soap plus baking soda in a gallon of water.You
don't want both soap and oil together. That's too much of a good thing. The
soda prevents mildew.

Barbara Jones
Mass
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