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Re: moles-voles

In a message dated 96-07-03 20:46:30 EDT, you write:

>Mike, Have you tried using pea gravel in your plantings?  Fortunately 
>(?!) I live in a swamp that seems too wet for voles, but of all the 
>advice I have seen and heard over the years about voles in OUR area the 
>suggestion to incorporate gravel seems to be the one that actually works!
Debbie... since I have caught a dasterdly CHIPMUNK as the rodent eating MY
stuff... I'm going to take your suggestion - but maybe I'll use one BIG piece
'o gravel and wing it at the little SOB!

Kathy Guest - OFF Walden Pond!

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