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isollybear

I have enjoyed the comments even more than the original article! Lots of great information. it's worth a few holes in my spinach leaves to avoid using toxic chemicals. I have also planted nasturtiums as an attractant... to be the primary feast for the buggies instead of my vegetables.

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dreamdoctor

Isollybear - sorry - those weren't bugs - your spinach looked so delicious I couldn't help myself.


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Melinda Wood
What an informative article! Thank you so much!
   

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