Re: CULT: "beneficial nematodes" on cable TV
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- Subject: Re: CULT: "beneficial nematodes" on cable TV
- From: John I Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 29 Oct 1997 09:29:27 -0700 (MST)
WAYNE JOBE wrote:
> Their called "Grub-Away" nematodes. They attack
> weevils,borers,cutworms,grubs and flea larvae. It's a new strain cross
> bred with the Hb strain.
Hmmmm, I wonder what they do (if anything) to beneficial "garden" worms.
As to Al's comment in another email abbout the term "beneficial
nematode" being an oxymoron, I think I recall some previous discussions
about the multitudinous numbers of nematodes that do good things. Hmmm,
have to go archive diving.
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