For the record, turkeys grow faster than chickens.
mick mclaughlin wrote:
Would really appreciate some real help on this problem!
Mick, I have friends around here that do organics and swear by this stuff for killing grasshoppers. I have never had them so bad that diatomaceous earth didnt take care of it. Semaspore Grasshopper Control http://www.planetnatural.com/site/semaspore-grasshopper-bait.html .
frankenstoen wrote:Cats love to eat grasshoppers, but that would be a heck of a lot of cats needed.
Suzie wrote:I had a serious problem one year out of 12 with them, don't know why they were so bad that time, but it seems to me that it was very dry that year.
Travis Philp wrote:
Doesn't Geoff Lawton say something like; if you have a grasshopper problem you have a duck deficiency.
Mangudai wrote:Floating row covers are effective insect protection...They do wear out over time but don't biodegrade well. They are an industrial input that cannot be produced on the farm. Are they compatible with permaculture?