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spider mites

Just read in my Texas Bug Book (Malcolm Beck/Howard Garrett) about how
using organic growing practices and liquid seaweed controls spider
mites. Excerpt was fairly long so didn't want to send it to anyone who
wasn't interested. I did send it to Andrea off list because she has a
terrible time w/ these things and I never get them, even though we both
have long, hot and humid summers. But I do all organic and using kelp as
a foliar spray for all my flowering plants! That explains that.

If enough people are interested, I will send it to the whole list, or
e-mail me off list and I will send it to you privately. Whatever floats
your boat!!


Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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