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Mar 4, 2011 2:45 PM CST
Name: SW_Gardener
Ontario, Canada
Zone 6a
Thanks so much Christine! I get it now, since its not effective when wet it wont affect the worms Whistling I was a little slow on that one. I was just looking at a couple sites selling heirloom flowers and veggies which makes me remember how much I really don't want to lose the milkweeds since they are so beneficial, I eventually want to get away from most of the over hybridized/overbred modern flowers and vege. Over the next few years I have the feeling I wll be less "flower focused" and more "food focused" growing heirloom veggies.
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