On 12 Jul 2004 13:01:51 -0700, w email@example.com (Walter Cohen)
:) Since the females have layed their eggs on tree branch ends it is only
:) a matter of time before the tiny nymphs float to the ground and burrow
:) down to the tree roots. I'd like to try and prevent that from
:) happening - i.e. kill the nymphs after they've floated to the ground
:) and prior to them digging down under the soil surface.
Probably just need to read up on the lyfe cycle of the species in your
area and can do a general treatment a day or two after when you feel
they hatch out. Doubtful you will ever see any benefit from such a
Lar. (to e-mail, get rid of the BUGS!!
It is said that the early bird gets the worm,
but it is the second mouse that gets the cheese.