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Re: Ants! Every kind, Everywhere!

  • To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
  • Subject: Re: Ants! Every kind, Everywhere!
  • From: Jill Bell <godjillab@home.com>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 21:23:46 -0600 (CST)

It seems to me that I remember hearing something about Boric Acid.  I could
be having a senior moment or something.....
Best Regards,
Jill Bell
Illustration, Graphic Design, Web Design

on 1/22/02 10:45 AM, mburack@mindspring.com at mburack@mindspring.com wrote:

> For those of you who dont grow plants in South Florida, I am doubtful that you
> could understand the "unreal" insect problem "we" deal with here.
> I have been looking for a way to kill a lot! of ants without having to use
> serious pesticides (I save the serious stuff for the more "colorful" groups of
> pest insects).
> Ants regularly invade and nest in every available pot I have and farm every
> miserable pest imaginable.  Does anyone know of a good and fairly benign
> product that can be flooded on the plant as well as into the soil with good
> result?
> Thanks 
> Marc

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