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RE: grasshopper control and bugs

Thanks Tricia,
Will have to do some investigating about creating an eco-system in the
greenhouse. We end up taking everything out of the greenhouse during the
heat of the dog days around here, so not sure if it can be accomplished.
But definitely gonna think about it!

Also, thanks to everyone for all the great suggestions. Definitely green
aphids :( --  Greenhouse has been sprayed.:(


> Here is a link to a grasshopper control product called nolo bait.
> http://www.biconet.com/biocontrol/nolo.html
> I have used this and think that it will really work if you use it for
> several years in a row.
> I also saw a 1-800 number for anyone to call and ask questions about
> infestations questions.  I thought that might be of help to Donna with
> white fly problem.
> It is 1-800-441-2847.
> The nolo bait or nosema Locustae is a biological control so they might
> have
> some ideas for the greenhouse.
> Tricia

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