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Re: Re: My recent posting about suppliers of benefical insects.


You can take a company and do a search of the same (be sure to
use quotes around the name) and likely find a webpage if they
are still in business.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Laura Berman" <laura@foodshare.net>
To: "ACGA listserve" <community_garden@mallorn.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2000 4:55 PM
Subject: [cg] Re: My recent posting about suppliers of
benefical insects.


> Re: My recent posting about suppliers of benefical insects.
>
> Mario S. Moratorio advises me to be aware that the list is of
'97 vintage
> and that the industry is rather volatile.  Many of the
businesses listed may
> be out-of-business by now.
>
> So use this list with a grain of salt. I do know of 2 very
good suppliers
> that are still in business. They are both caandian but ship
to the US. Can
> anyone else add to this list?
>
> Laura
>
> Natural Insect Control: http://www.naturalinsectcontrol.com
> (905) 382-2904
> nic@niagara.com
>
> Terra Viva Organics (not just insects but everything to do
with organic
> gardening--very good site)
> http://www.tvorganics.com/
> 505-1009 Expo Boulevard
> Vancouver, BC
> V6Z 2V9
> Toll Free: 1-888-350-BUGS (2847)
> Fax: (604) 899-9374
> e-mail: info@tvorganics.com
>
>
> > Hi Everyone,
> > I just came across this free PDF download of a list of
suppliers of
> > benefical insects:
> >
> > SUPPLIERS OF BENEFICIAL ORGANISMS IN NORTH AMERICA,
> > 1997* Charles D. Hunter.
> > Provides general information on beneficial organisms and
their use against
> > pests. Lists 142 suppliers of over 130 different species of
beneficial
> > organisms sold for use as biological pest control in
Canada, the United
> > States and Mexico. Includes scientific name index and list
of references and
> > Web site on biological control and Integrated Pest
Management (IPM). 32 pp.
> >
> > **Can be downloaded FREE as a PDF from:
> > <http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/ipminov/bensuppl.htm>
> > or: Contact State of California Department of Pesticide
Regulation,
> > Environmental Monitoring & Pest Management, 830 K St.,
Sacramento, CA
> > 95814-3510; phone (916) 324-4100;
> > Web site http://www.cdpr.ca.gov.
> >
> > Note: You'll need Acrobat Reader to open  and read the PDF
file. If you
> > don't have Adobe's Acrobat Reader you can download it for
free at:
> > http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep.html
> >
> > Happy reading,
> > Laura
>
>
>
>
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