[permaculture] Mosquito article
genest at together.net
Sat Mar 9 13:23:17 EST 2002
Absolutely so George, think of your skin, your intestines...same in
nature....I think Bill says that there are 9 predators for every pest, but
of course he's prone to exaggeration.... Perhaps we jump to the conclusion
that there are more pests becuase we are not patient enough to let the
predators find them before "taking action"
P.S. to all : Sorry for the typos - coulda woulda shoulda spell checked....
Global warming is giving us crazy beautiful warm sunny spring-like days and
I was in a hurry to submit my homework so I could go out and play !!
Geez, high school never really ends does it ?
> From: "georg parlow" <georg at websuxxess.com>
> Reply-To: permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org
> Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2002 10:21:42 +0100
> To: <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Subject: Re: [permaculture] Mosquito article
> hi claude:
> i greatly appreciate your habit to post your results that used
> answers to previous requests back to the list. thank you.
>> since the number and kinds of good bugs far outweighs the
> numbers and kinds
>> of bad bugs,
> is this so? usually we find a lot more planteaters than predators
> (except for deep sea life). so what you are saying indicates,
> that most of the prey of predatory insects are harmless
> planteating bugs (do not feed on crops), did i get that right?
> and a typo:
> = tomorrow (shows up twice)
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