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RE: Re: Hot Pepper spray


Ron:

Point taken. The political here often takes precedence over purely gardening
matters       ( "Jeez Marge, them bulldozers just ate all of your
tomatoes.") Sometimes, pepper spray is all you need. 

Great links!

Adam

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Ronald_West/CAS/UNO/UNEBR@unomail.unomaha.edu
> [SMTP:Ronald_West/CAS/UNO/UNEBR@unomail.unomaha.edu]
> Sent:	Wednesday, July 26, 2000 11:03 AM
> To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
> Subject:	Re: [cg] Re: Hot Pepper spray
> 
> Chuck,
> 
> Realizing that, for many, grasshoppers are an issue and New York City
> angst
> isn't, and since you asked about pepper spray and not developers, here a
> few
> more possibilities:
> 
> http://www.gardennet.com/roundtables/index.htm
> 
> This, I'll bet you guessed, is a roundtable of folks who'll give your
> problem
> the serious consideration it deserves.  You'll probably get suggestions
> for home
> made as well as commercial products.
> 
> http://www.gardennet.com/qanda/
> 
> Obviously part of the same base site, this is a question and answer
> archive.
> 
> Next is:
> 
> http://www.vg.com/cgi-bin/WebX?14@@.ee924e1
> 
> This is a forum cum roundtable.  These folks will want you to register [a
> freebie] eventually, but initially will let you use the forum for free.
> There
> are  speciality sections; the URL is for pests and diseases.
> 
> Last:
> 
> http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/pests/
> 
> It's yet another roundtable, forum, call it what you will.  This one
> features a
> fairly friendly archive as well.  The base site has other possibilities
> that may
> work especially well for you, such as regional roundtables, and so forth.
> It's
> worth a look to be sure that you find a group that works best for you:
> 
> http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/pests/
> 
> 
> Don't forget about the folks at Organic Gardening [Rodale].
> 
> I haven't used it for awhile, so I don't want to misinform you, but lots
> of
> people use a pepper  oil spray made at home and mixed with a non-toxic
> soap for
> adhesion.  I'm sure one of these places, at least, will have what you
> need.
> 
> I'd be interested to learn what success you have.
> 
> Lots of luck,
> Ron
> 
> 
> 
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