A website with a good listing of sources of nematodes and other beneficial
Suppliers of Beneficial Organisms in North America
There are listings for parasitic wasps that attack houseflies, too, but they
are probably more appropriate for use for long-term control in barns with a
continuing supply of manure than in a compost pile.
From: Kate Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, August 11, 1999 10:53 AM
>Good morning all,
>Gulp. I guess my course of action is elimination of the
>pests. Gad, I have so little capacity to kill.
>But Misha weaves a pretty convincing arguement. Of all the
>methods that were mentioned, the nematodes poured in with
>water seem the most compatible with my temperment.
>Though having a pet frog or snake sounds ok. The problem
>is Molly, Izzy, and Jake--my three dogs. I can see them
>ganging up on any small creature I try to introduce into
>their outdoor space.
>Scrapping off and putting in boiling water is definitely
>out of my reach. Reminds me of the last time I was near
>Lobsters being cooked. I had to leave the room.
>The insecticidal nematodes, are these easily acquired?
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