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Old August 7th 03, 06:16 PM
Lori
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Help! Any opinions?
Thanks - Lori



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Old August 7th 03, 07:38 PM
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Lori" wrote in message
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Help! Any opinions?
Thanks - Lori


We used to use Sevin Dust & Dursban but discovered the bottles that you hook
to your hose years ago and have never went back. All of the brands we've
tried have worked wonders as long as applied correctly...meaning that you
need to remember to spray up 3' onto all surfaces (like fences and the house
itself) after doing the lawn.

--
Tara



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Old August 7th 03, 07:38 PM
Tara O.
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Lori" wrote in message
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Help! Any opinions?
Thanks - Lori


We used to use Sevin Dust & Dursban but discovered the bottles that you hook
to your hose years ago and have never went back. All of the brands we've
tried have worked wonders as long as applied correctly...meaning that you
need to remember to spray up 3' onto all surfaces (like fences and the house
itself) after doing the lawn.

--
Tara



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Old August 8th 03, 06:35 AM
Lori
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Hi! Thanks! That sounds ideal!
- Lori
"Tara O." wrote in message
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Lori" wrote in message
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Help! Any opinions?
Thanks - Lori


We used to use Sevin Dust & Dursban but discovered the bottles that you

hook
to your hose years ago and have never went back. All of the brands we've
tried have worked wonders as long as applied correctly...meaning that you
need to remember to spray up 3' onto all surfaces (like fences and the

house
itself) after doing the lawn.

--
Tara






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Old August 8th 03, 06:35 AM
Lori
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Hi! Thanks! That sounds ideal!
- Lori
"Tara O." wrote in message
...
Lori" wrote in message
...
Help! Any opinions?
Thanks - Lori


We used to use Sevin Dust & Dursban but discovered the bottles that you

hook
to your hose years ago and have never went back. All of the brands we've
tried have worked wonders as long as applied correctly...meaning that you
need to remember to spray up 3' onto all surfaces (like fences and the

house
itself) after doing the lawn.

--
Tara






 




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