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Gardeners Supply Web Page

Here is a link to Gardeners Supply in Vermont. They send a catalog often. 
They also have a web page.  <A HREF="http://www.gardeners.com/search.asp">Gard
ener's Supply Company, Burlington, VT</A> 
If the link doesn't work for you the address is WWW.gardeners.com
Under search type in Pantry Pest and it will take you to the thingies that 
Narda spoke of to get those AWFUL moths/worms.  I was infested with them as 
well because I brought in some sunflower seeds for filling bird feeders.  
What a disaster!

Another trick I heard on Home Matters is an easy substitute for the yellow 
sticky tapes...Buy some bright yellow styrofoam plates and smear it with 
petroleum jelly. Poke a hole in the top edge of the plate and suspend it with 
string or fishing line.  Cheap and effective.The flies are attracted to the 
yellow color and the Vaseline 'get's 'em'.

And that's my tip of the day!   =:->
Carol in CT z6/5
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