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Old 09-26-2012, 03:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Ric View Post

I am going to let my Tree Hugger side come out and suggest imidacloprid as a Preventive. In fact if the aphids aren't too bad I might use it as a Curative. The Idea is imidacloprid only controls bad insects and not the Predator insects.

IPM stands or I Pay Materials (in my book at least). To me good IPM is preventative treatment of a good systemic that only effects the bad insects. I try to Up Sell Ornamental Shrub Pest Control because it is so easy and PROFITABLE.

Imidicloprid will kill bees if I recall...
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