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Re: critters on my seedlings

In a message dated 01/17/2000 8:23:16 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
NardaA@aol.com writes:

<< the nice lady who owns the place recommend these as 
 a deterrent, safe for near food.  She hangs them inside all the food bins to 
 eliminate this problem. >>

I would be VERY careful using this product near food.  Be sure to read the 
label before doing this.

Most of these products caution AGAINST using it around food or even in food 
preparation areas.  Your "nice lady from the pet shop" may be selling 
contaminated foodstuff.

Jim Dixon
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