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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:

<< How would this work if you hung a couple of these 
 little pest controls near the seedlings on the plant rack of shelf?  I have 
 also seen these controls placed inside a clear plastic bag and a mini 
 greenhouse set up with the plants inside to clear up insects on infested 
 plants. >>

This would take care of the flying stage, but would not touch the laval stage 
in the soil eating the roots, which is where the real damage is done.

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