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Unfolding Nature Shop: Unfolding Nature: Being in the Implicate Order

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Offlinenarc monkey
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feakin bugs
    #340121 - 06/14/01 04:53 AM (21 years, 3 months ago)

i keep getting these little black beetle like bugs on my morning glories. they are about 1mm long by 1/4 mm wide. i checked some gardening books and i can't find them anywhere. they are a real pain in the ass, especailly since the standard oil/water/dishsoap solution doesn't even harm them. I have to spray them with commercial chems in order to stop them from devouring my plants. Has anyone experienced such a problem?

PS: it seems that they only target the morning glories too, there are plenty of other plants for them to choose from but they always go right back to the MGs



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Re: feakin bugs [Re: narc monkey]
    #340430 - 06/14/01 02:08 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Try crushing up some garlic and chili in some water, and spraying the plants. For many bugs this works like a dream, and rather than killing the bugs, they simply move off the plants to somewhere else. You'll have to re-spay the plants once a week or so if the bugs keep coming back, but it's got to be better than poisonus chemicals.

Phil



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Re: feakin bugs [Re: Phyl]
    #340604 - 06/14/01 09:08 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

cool, i'll give that a try. i'm a little uneasy about spraying a plant that i plan on consuming with chems.

I don't think they are weevils, they are almost microscopic. i had to use a magnifing(sp?) glass to even partially identify them. But it seems they have left, for now...



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