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cucumber beetles

Hello friends,

I am looking for advice on organic/alternative methods of dealing with
cucumber beetle attacks as well as cabbage worms.  I know about bt for
cabbage worms and rotenone for the beetles, but I am looking for even less
offensive methods.  For example, I've heard rumors about making a nettle
potion for the beetles...do any of you have other more detailed
recommendations?  Our gardens are in Lewiston, Maine where it has been wet
and cool almost all summer.  Thank you for your help.  Good growing to you


Kirsten Walter
Hillview Community Gardens Coordinator

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	   we remember where the source 
		of our power lies.
			-Terry Tempest Williams

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