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Old 05-04-2003, 06:34 AM
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HELP.... anyone have a solution to woolly aphids. They are the healthiest,
fattest white balls you will ever see.
I don't want to harm my native plants. Soapy water didn't seem to help at
all. (suggestion by a friend) I live
in the Southwest of WA. The ants are happily spreading them everywhere.
Any help greatly received.

Merry Christmas to all.

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pyrethrum
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HELP.... anyone have a solution to woolly aphids. They are the

healthiest,
fattest white balls you will ever see.
I don't want to harm my native plants. Soapy water didn't seem to help at
all. (suggestion by a friend) I live
in the Southwest of WA. The ants are happily spreading them everywhere.
Any help greatly received.

Merry Christmas to all.

K




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Try Pyrethrum or garlic water perhaps.

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Greg Wake wrote in message
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HELP.... anyone have a solution to woolly aphids. They are the

healthiest,
fattest white balls you will ever see.
I don't want to harm my native plants. Soapy water didn't seem to help at
all. (suggestion by a friend) I live
in the Southwest of WA. The ants are happily spreading them everywhere.
Any help greatly received.

Merry Christmas to all.

K






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