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Re: bug I.D. please

From: Gerry Snyder <gcsnyd@loop.com>

> Shauna wrote:
> Hi all!
> Here's a bug that's bugging me.
> Anyone know what it is? Good? Bad? definitely ugly...

It looks like the little SOBs that left some of my daylilies looking
like they had been hit with a weed-whacker. They didn't seem overly
interested in irises.

As I remember, something as mild as Sevin was able to bring them under

Gerry in Los Angeles, who tries to avoid poisons but....

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