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Old December 15, 2017   #18
agee12
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Adding on to my previous comment:
I am not unconcerned that I will be plagued with pests, far from it, but I wonder how vulnerable I am if I did not have aphids or spider mites during the growing season, at least not that I noticed. I have DE and Sevin powder, and I can make a DIY insecticidal soap. I actually planned to dust the plants when I brought them in during this last cold snap, I did not get around to it but I did check on the plants at least once a day. I may have lucked out and this is definitely making me think that I should take a more pro-active and preventative approach rather than reactive.
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