Noam Chomsky

marc at aculink.net marc at aculink.net
Mon Sep 24 23:10:09 EDT 2001


In Colorado here we found if we lowered the temperature to
under 0 degrees F for a week over the entire farm and
surrounding few hundred miles it really lowers the amount of
bugs - especially grasshoppers - that year. It works so well
we schedule it in January.

I'm not sure if the the USDA will allow you to do it in
Mississippi so maybe someone has some other ideas cause I'm
drawing a blank beyond the cold?? :>

Vic & Pat wrote:
> 
> Of course we do, don't we? We grew tomatoes for the pigs, watermelon for the
> horses and bugs for the chickens. They were all happy!
> 
> Speaking of bugs and all other creepy things...we had a really cold winter
> last year (for Mississippi) and had more bugs this year than even the
> chickens could eat!  Is there anything we can do over winter to help get rid
> of them?
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