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I have just learned of a product named Marathon.  It is a systemic for
insects.  Available in granular or wp made by Olympic.  One application should
take care of not only the aphids but whiteflies and other sucking insects for
up to 12 weeks.  Has anyone used this chemical?  If so how toxic is it?  Would
it be considered safe to use for those growing seedlings in the house or

I printed the hosta wheel.  My print is much darker than the image sent.  1
and 2 are black rather than green. I am using a HP DeskJet 820Cse.  Anyone
have a suggestion?
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