[NAFEX] Milky Spore
guntheransari at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 14 09:51:11 EDT 2007
I'm not too sure about the applicability, but would still wish to suggest the use of "Waste" / 2nd. Grade "Cinnamon"!
I have just used it around the root areas of some Apples & Pears up in the Hills, where Fungus does cause some deep concern.
Actually, I chose this route, 'cos Cinnamon is non-toxic, and qualifies with flying colours as an "Organic" Anti-Fungal!
I would get to see the results after the spring blooms are out! till then, I'm keeping my fingers crossed!
Good Luck, and GodSpeed!
Gunther N. Ansari
Jim Fruth <jfruth at tds.net> wrote: I recently read an article about Milky Spore being used to kill Japanese
Beetle larva in soil. Is there a half a possibility that it would kill Plum
Pequot Lakes, MN 56472
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