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Re: Question..SOAP SUDS???

Think I  was happier with the spitting frog answer!  LOL
In a message dated 6/4/2005 7:25:30 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:

Holli,  what you have is 'spittle bug.'  I don't knpw the technical 
details  about this critter, but I am too familiar with it.  Inside the
foamy  stuff will be a small bug.  In addition to the unpleasant
stuff, it  causes brown patches on the foliage, so I suspect it
is some kind of  sucking bug.  I spray it with a hose, too, or
prune the affected parts  into a bag for garbage disposal.  I'm
sure others will be able to give  you more learned information
and advice, but you have my  sympathy.

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