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Re: Slugs

In a message dated 6/4/99 8:38:24 PM Eastern Daylight Time, CCREDUX@aol.com 

<< Probably small slugs. Are the holes small? >>

And it's one more for Dr. Clyde... Your diagnostic skills are second to 
The reason I think they are small slugs is that I have never seen a big slug 
- always small ones that I see..  Anyway, without trying to put the slug jinx 
on myself, I have not had any slug damage yet this year..  Seems in other 
years they started being more active nearer July..This year I think I am 
going to drink beer with the little buggers...I may not get any more slugs 
than last year, but at least it won't bother me as much..


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