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Re: OT-BIO-Gene Buhrmester

From: Mike00Rita@aol.com

Hi Gene
     It sounds to me like you are getting started in the right direction by
doing a good fall clean up. By eliminating areas for the slugs to over winter
it does help. I don't know where you live but where I live the winters are
mild enough that the slugs barely slow down. In about 4 to 6 weeks I'll start
my slug egg patrol which helps a lot also. Eventually I will use slug bait of
some sort but the least number of chemicals I can use the better for the
environment and my purse.
     Hope to see more from you on the list.

Rita B
Western WA
University Place
Zone 7 most of the time  

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