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Re: anti-borer tactics

Clarence -- the Monarch butterfly is attracted to Milkweed.  Does anyone 
know why?  Might it be the same mechanism -- smell, sight, whatever the little
buggers know that we mere humans don't know.  Any butterfly - ologists out
there?  Do the Monarchologists use an artificial lure?  Is that technology
available to be used on the iris to lure borer moths?  Quick, where's 
yer local agricultural specialist(s)??
Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

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