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Re: CULT: chemicals (was Re: OT: Moles)


From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

>It doesn't kill pests, it doesn't kill beneficial insects, it doesn't 
harm
>humans or pets.  It works by creating a foul smell that drives pests 
away.
>Dennis Kramb; dkramb@tso.cin.ix.net

Sounds excellent Dennis, but I always wonder if these 'stinky' remedies 
repel gardeners as well as pests. Could take the pleasure right out of 
weeding!
Cheers, Jan clark, in Australia, where the lovely Autumn sunshine, after 
the wonderful Autumn rains, is bringing up all the little Autumn weeds.
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