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  • Subject: Nematodes
  • From: "Mike Groothuis" MGroothuis@playingmantis.com
  • Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2002 13:34:33 -0500
  • Content-class: urn:content-classes:message
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  • Thread-topic: Nematodes

This is becoming a bad year for me. I am seeing some plants suddenly show up with nematode damage this year. So far, they have been plants that I really don't care too much about, so I am just getting rid of them. The plants that have them NEVER showed any signs up until this year. Has ANYONE found a good way to get rid of these #$%'n things?? I have had ZERO results with Zerotol in the past. 

Sorry to everyone who has asked me to trade plants this year. I really can't do it. I don't want to continue to spread these things to your garden...Even if this problem is very slight in my collection.

Mike Groothuis
Playing Mantis
Johnny Lightning Package Design
(574) 256-0300 x.1142

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