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From: Glenn Simmons <glsimmon@swbell.net>

Jan Clark wrote:

> I will bear this in mind, and try and be very patient with the
> megazillion ants in my garden. Yesterday I found yet another colony of
> ants setting up home under an iris rz. My treatment is to remove their
> protective rock and back fill their tunnels. They usually move on
> quietly. I'm seriously hoping they aren't evolving better methods of
> dealing with this planets' greatest pest - us.
> (Anyone seen 'Sand Kings' ?)
> Jan Clark

Do you have the kind of ants that like to climb up your leg or hand/arm
while working the garden and bite over there in Australia?  Or are your's
mostly benign?  Just curious.


Glenn & Linda Simmons
Springfield, Southwest Missouri, USDA Zone 6

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