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Re: OT: Iris ramblings


From:	"Shauna" <shaunacannon@compusmart.ab.ca>

You can buy ladybugs and other insects.

 I bought a box of 10,000 mealworms once as I needed them as livefood for
some insectivore birds I had in my aviary.
(even if you have a strong stomach, nothing really prepares you for the
sight of 10,000 mealworms in a box... yeach...)

-----Original Message-----


<snip>>Secondly... how did you ever get 1500 ladybugs?   It sounds like a
great
>idea since I have PLENTY of aphids myself... <snip>

Shauna



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