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Mar 3, 2011 12:18 PM CST
Name: SW_Gardener
Ontario, Canada
Zone 6a
Hi Christine! What is the easiest way to dust plants with the diatomaceous earth? Maybe if I put a sheet down ont he grund that would stop it from getting in the soil? I would hate to harm the beneificial insects or earthworms Confused Advice is needed, last fall you couldn't even see the stems on the milkweed just the bright orange aphids covering the entire stems!

I'm planning on sowing some Salvias either today or tomorrow. Starting with S. azurea which apparently blooms first year! Thumbs up

Hope you are feeling better!
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