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Re: Iris - cult - Aphids

In a message dated 4/1/03 7:52:48 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
morrigan@world-net.co.nz writes:

> Phacelia Tanacetiifolia - is an effective and efficent alternative to
> chemical pest control by enchaning the population of the thests natural
> enemies.
> In this case it attracts the hover fly whose larvae decimate aphid
> populations. The blue flower is attractive and has a pleasing scent and it
> is suitable for large scale commercial use and for the home gardner.
more about hover flies
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Source for Phacelia Tanacetifolia

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