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Bugs do not make me feel zen...

I have posted some pics of the good guys I find in my garden. I have no heart to post the squash bug or white fly photos. I hope the equilibrium will be established before my plants die a long, hard, hot death. Things were so excellent until about a week ago. I guess the nice weather boosted the bad bugs as well as the plants. I can't complain too much. My corn and sunflowers are over six feet tall. I have about 50 square feet of watermelon vines with at least one viable watermelon that I can… Continue

Posted on June 16, 2009 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

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At 9:15am on February 27, 2013, charlie carr said…

Hi Trish,  Thanks for the note re: the bees under shed.  My experience with these "subterranean" living bees is that they are of "African genetics" this means that they will be mean and aggressive while removing them and pose a risk to any surrounding life (people animals and pets) and will be the same at the new location. Additionally, they will require the purchase of a new domesticated queen and 3 months of aggressive behavior to endure while the old bees are phased out and replaced by the new queen.  Save yourself some liability risk and grief by contacting an exterminator.  I strongly urge you to!!   charlie  p.s. they may seem non aggressive now but just try to disturb them in anyway and they will be mean from that time forward. 

 
 
 

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