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Re: Pest question

In a message dated 06/24/2000 4:24:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
jaw@waltersgardens.com writes:

<<  I have something that is eating the stems of my hosta leaves.  What are
 > and what do I do to stop it... (I'd have checked at the local nursery but
 > they closed an hour ago. >>

The simplest thing to do is sprinkle diazinone on the ground in the beds, and 
water it in. That will take of them as it certainly sounds like cut worms..

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