Anyone know where I can buy Thuricide in the Boston area or
I have two trees that are getting decimated by winter moth
caterpillars and I want to spray at least a portion of the trees so
they hopefully don't die before the state's parasite program takes
On 27 May 2007 19:19:46 -0700, mvl_groups email@example.com wrote:
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and all the fine crap that I spew forth, as well as the interesting
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Investigate implementing your own parasite program. Don't be killing
*us* with pesticides, along with the bugs.
Come on, man.... you can do it!
Care and keep on googling... I guess, if you have no alternative
A local arborist I spoke with said the nasty little bastards are two
weeks behind (due to the winter we had). I have a beautiful weeping
cherry out front that hadn't suffered any damage yet. He said to
spray anyways, and he was right!. You can buy Safer Caterpillar
Killer (active ingredient is Bacillus thurigensis var. Kurstaki, or
Dipel) at most hardware stores, nurseries, Home Desperate, etc. It
works wondefully. Gives the nasties a bellyache they don't recover
Ann, gardening in Zone 6a
South of Boston, Massachusetts
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