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Re: Leaf spot

No, I'm refering to the flying adult.  You should have seen the June bugs in
Arizona, in the middle of the day eating the ripe figs off the trees.
 Likewise they eat ripe peaches off the trees here in Virginia in the middle
of the day.  They also covered our cherry tree in mid June here and swarmed
us.  There were literally thousands of the horrible creatures flying around.
 I'll take the Japanese beetles any day to the June bugs.  I wish we didn't
have either though.


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