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Re: Re:SPU: recommendations

From: "sidneygardener" <sidneygardener@email.msn.com>


My Grandfather use to put cinnamon around the base of the house to keep the
ants out. I've watched the ants and for some reason they won't cross that
line. Maybe you could try it around one plant and see if it works.


>Sandra writes:

>The only reason that I did not purchase more this year was because the
>blooms were seriously attacked by ants.  To the point that the blooms
>lasted less than a day and were then eaten up.  If I can find a solution
>to this problem before summer I will purchase  more.  This needs to be an
>organic solution, I prefer not to use dangerous chemicals.
>Any ideas out there?

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