Kathy Burns-Millyard wrote:It's probably too late for you this year but I accidentally found a solution in march or april: weeds and native vegetation. The blister beetles here stripped the weeds just about bare but hardly touched any of my garden plants. Rabbits and ground squirrels on the other hand... :s
Judith Browning wrote:hello to another ozarkian...keep us posted on your magic weed, it was sounding like mullien from your description and I am just on a kindle with not many capabilities so I cant look at your link. My tomatoes look good again and also the peppers that are left, our potatoes were on the far side from the beetles and they didnt make it to them. good luck. if they are still in your garden I think a shopvac with soapy water is a good idea.
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