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Re: nematodes, borers, EPA


Linda M. asked (rhetorically):

 >> can you imagine EPA telling the public they can't buy ladybugs anymore?

This almost happened last year; there was a proposed regulation that would have
pretty much shut down the beneficial insect business.  But a mini-firestorm of
protest from the businesses involved and from organic growers got it revised to
something reasonable.  It wasn't the EPA itself but a division of the Ag
department, I think.

 Nell Lancaster, Lexington, VA   75500.2521@compuserve.com    USDA zone 6b






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