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Old 06-09-2014, 06:37 PM   #15
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The horned toad are in So. California as well. Hard to find but easy to catch when I was 10. I'm sure in 45 years and 150lbs later they are very quick and hard to catch. So much for evolution.
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Should read avacado
The wife and I were searching hi and lo for an abaca. We thought it was an exotic sausage.
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If you have a male dog or a friend/neighbor with a male dog, just have them cock a leg on your tires and around the trailer, no more ants.
Does it have to be a dog or will any male do?
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I wonder if there's a biodegradable replacement for Comet that could be used instead.
Fossil shell flour - diatomaceous earth - is a great alternative. OMRI approved for use in organic farming, we keep a 50lb bag on hand. We put in on and in chickens cats and dogs, and its safe for human consumption. Will kill bugs outside (fleas ticks mites) and inside (intestinal parasites). It cuts them up. Even the fire ants hate it. It won't kill them but will keep them at bay.

Re horned toad - will they eat fire ants?
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