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anthill in my veggie garden

  • Subject: [cg] anthill in my veggie garden
  • From: Stephanie Hankerson <hank@usfamily.net>
  • Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 13:49:37 -0500

Re: ants--
boiling hot water will do the trick--of course any plant tissue in the way 
will suffer too however.
Steph Hankerson
Twin Cities CGer

>From: Susan Reich <susanreich@interaccess.com>
>To: <community_garden@mallorn.com>
>Subject: [cg] anthill in my veggie garden
>How do I get rid of an anthill in my vegetable garden?  I don't want to use
>chemicals because we're growing food to eat.  Also, is it okay to use
>cypress mulch in vegetable gardens?  Thank you!

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