So it looks like there will be no real substitute for preventative
measures taken early on: Dust and ant control, breeding lacewing and
encarsia to placing yellow sticky traps and spraying w/ insecticidal
soap - all should help and tobacco* dust or tea is known to have done
some good, but I'm hoping something else has been discoved that I'm not
* the crop is not for the organic market, but when asked (as happened
late yesterday when doing the weekly shopping at the local farmer's
market), I prefer to never reccomend anything that's going to wreck much
havoc with any naturally occuring controls that may be present.
Douglas M. Hinds, Director General Centro para el Desarrollo Comunitario y Rural A.C. (CeDeCoR) (Center for Community and Rural Development) - (non profit) Petronilo Lopez No. 73 (Street Address) Apdo. Postal No. 61 (Mailing Address) Cd. Guzman, Jalisco 49000 MEXICO U.S. Voice Mailbox: 1 630 300 0550 (e-mail linked) U.S. Fax Mailbox: 1 630 300 0555 (e-mail linked) Tel. & Fax: 011 523 412 6308 (direct) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, dhinds@.ucol.mx
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