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Re: hosta talk

In a message dated 12/09/1999 6:55:22 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
LakesideRM@aol.com writes:

<< Another question, a friend said that Mary uses Listerine on her seedlings. 

 I believe you mean lysol. You will have your seedlings in pots or some kind 
of container placed in a large  solid flat. if you have  any evidence of 
gnats, just give 3 or 4 little shots of lysol spray into the flat and then 
put water in the tray. You may have to repeat in a few days, but 2 tries has 
always done the job for the season for me. Hope this is what you wanted

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