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Re: CULT:Cruckets

Try Diazanon,  I find it the least harmful to wildlife.  The ants and 
crickets give it wide birth.

>From: storylade@aol.com
>Reply-To: iris-talk@egroups.com
>To: iris-talk@egroups.com
>Subject: [iris-talk]CULT:Cruckets
>Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2000 20:50:40 EDT
>Well,  it seems early, but the crickets are at it again.  They're eating
>rhizomes in the ground and those lying on the ground where I've dug and
>cleaned them.  I just spent a lot of time in the archives looking for
>Are there any traps?  Anything similar to beer for slugs?  I don't like
>chemicals.  I might try comet, but it would be difficult to apply to some.
>Did I give up on the archives too quick?  Read through most.
>Betty in zone 6 (BG KY)

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