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Re: Nematodes

Sharon McAllister wrote:
> Lowell Baumunk wrote:
> :  I was very interested in Terry Aitken's article on nematodes in the Bulletin.
> :
> I haven't tried the chemical methods.  Here, nematodes can be controlled by the
> solarization process discussed earlier on this list.    It gets REALLY hot under
> that plastic!

Maybe I should have read on before asking about "solariztions". "Hot
under the plastic". Now there's a clue.  Carol Townsend, again

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