nan at olemiss.edu
Wed Jul 31 14:20:56 EDT 2002
Hmmm, according to studies by Rodale Institute and others (Elliot Coleman) - insects such as squash bugs indicate that our farm/garden system is "out of balance" and are merely (hah!) a symptom, not the real issue (in the long run) - once soil food web is vigorous and soil properly amended, disease/insect pressure is much less. Plus keep up beneficial plantings, etc.
Have those of you who have been at this a long time find this to be true? Is is true even in the south (where we have say, seven, generations of squash bugs, compared to a few generations in Mass.)
Save this question for a stormy, cold winter night! Too much fungus to deal with now, eh! thanks
dancing goats farm
n. mississippi zone 7
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