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Re: gardenia buds!

I'm sure you will get more professional opinions than mine, but I think if 
you spray them with water, thoroughly, and put them outside if the weather is 
mild and sunny, they will be fine.  Spray them with water every day or so for a 
few days.  Most indoor pests disappear when the plants go outside.  Red spider 
is a bit tougher than some, but they really hate water, so the combination 
should take care of them.  

In a message dated 05/06/2004 9:01:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> sorry to change the subject, but plants in the house....
> I started dahlias in pots indoors.  Was just about to move them to FL rm to
> transition them and I think they have spider mites.  Webs all over.  Guess
> I've been too busy outside to notice.  They are supposed to be for sale
> may22, if I spray them now with ?  and get them some air outside (in and out
> to harden), do you think they'll be ok by then?

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