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Re: critters on my seedlings

In a message dated 01/17/2000 7:23:16 AM Central Standard Time, 
NardaA@aol.com writes:

<< a slotted cardboad holder which has a strip 
 of yellow waxy material inside.  The little holder is about nine inches long 


I would be very interested in learning the name of this product.  I have what 
I call my potting shed (more like a greenhouse) that I keep my pots and 
hanging pots over for the winter and am having problems with whitefly and 
mealy bugs.  Maybe if I hang several of these in there it will help eleviate 
the problem.  I'll try anything at this point, hand picking and smashing is 
for the birds (not as bad as picking and smashing slug

Lou Holverson
Peoria Hts, IL
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