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Re: critter ?

--- In iris-talk@egroups.com, "Susan Desmond" <susan.desmond@m...> 
> Well, I guess now I have a critter. 

 Under Ground critters do not like vibration.  If you have a breeze 
that would keep a lawn daisy spinning, stick a few in the ground.  
This method can be used to deter under ground 'G' & 'M' critters 
Lucy Harris  zone 8a - Coastal North Carolina

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