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Re: CULT: TB: Freeze and Aphids

From: StorYlade@aol.com

Ladybugs like aphids . . . and they're kinda cute too.  You can't use bug
sprays around them.  You just have to wait and let them do their job.  My old
garden was aphid free for ten years.  Buy ladybugs from any mail-order catalog
and release when there are enough aphids to keep them busy.  Place ladybugs
after a good rain or water well before turning them loose.  They need both the
aphids and water to stay on your property.  Otherwise, they will migrate.

Betty Wilkerson

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