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an upside to the frost/freeze

Posted by ken_adrian z5 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 27, 12 at 13:34

all the mosquitoes that hatched early.. will hopefully be killed by the cold temps..

and i wouldnt mind if a few other things get hit too ...

we might have a good year in re: bugs ...


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RE: an upside to the frost/freeze

Man! That's what I call positive thinking! Now, along with the early
mosquitoes, if only it hit some of the Japanese beetle larvae. . .


RE: an upside to the frost/freeze

If only it would have froze when the dang silver maples were flowering. I see thousands upon thousands of their evil spawn hanging from the tips of their branches.


RE: an upside to the frost/freeze

Wow Ken....didn't realize y'all had a 'skeeter' problem in MI! Hope you're right. Here, on the Chesapeake Bay coast with wetland all around, it was hellish last year. I've formed some sort of 'allergy' where the bites swell up and morph into funny looking whelts (sp?) that I call 'amoeba shaped' and as big as quarters.

Even 'lost' my garden last year because I couldn't go outside. Just to my mailbox on my front porch was a

Yes, bug spray works but I have to bathe in it and then can't come in and sit on my furniture, can't rub my eye cuz probably touched my arm first, etc. Plus, as much as I used...I was going bankrupt. Just couldn't deal with it.

Let's hope your positive thinking works !!!

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