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Re: CULT:Crickets

In a message dated 8/9/2000 9:18:26 PM Central Daylight Time, 
dkramb@badbear.com writes:

<< I think frogs & toads are probably the biggest predator.  Of course spiders
 & birds  >>

Dennis,  let's see if I've got this right--I put out water to entice the 
frogs, toads, and birds?  Then I hope part of the birds are martins to catch 
the mosquitoes that hatch in the water?  What if the snakes come and catch my 
frogs and toads before they catch the crickets?  What to do?  What to do?!!

I can hear the little devils outside my window.  For each cricket I saw there 
must be 200 I didn't see!  I have rhizomes piled all over the yard, so I 
sprinkled cleanser over the piles in hopes of warding off the crickets until 
I can finish tomorrow evening.  

Betty in BG KY zone 6.

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