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Re: CULT: borers/overwintering

In a message dated 4/28/2003 9:53:53 AM Central Daylight Time, 
Gardenhous@aol.com writes:

> I find that the pupal stage can over winter and i saved some to send to Bill 
> but he never responded. They were alive and rattling last spring. I  guess 
> Bill didn't want them in his garden either.

He does too! Well maybe not the garden. I sure want to see some of those 
critters. Plus I been missing you. Yawl still hybernatin' up there?

Bill Burleson
229 Culver Rd.
Nettleton, MS. 38858

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