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R.M. In AL

07-04-2004 13:11:46

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I still have the 1 inch worms still trying to get in the house.They are climbing on the block foundation and coming on the porch.I am spraying the porches and a 2ft perimeter around the house about every 3 days.I have killed thousands of them.We have the sticky traps between the storm doors and the wooden doors..Im wondering if anyone has had a problem with them yet.If not I hope you don't..If so do you have any ideas how to get rid of them I have had them a month or more..I have a clean yard and the worms do not seem to hurt the grass much.We have had lots of rain lately.Im wondering who will die out first with all the spraying....Happy 4th everyone....R.M. In AL.

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07-04-2004 14:33:36

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 Re: OT/Worms in reply to R.M. In AL, 07-04-2004 13:11:46  
I had some worms like that! Few years ago here in Kansas. Dark brown kinda hard body and they would spiral up when scared or to die. Hoards of the damn things just keep coming for a few weeks and that was pretty much the end of 'em. Haven't seen hardly any before or since.
Rolly-pollies did that the year after, millions and billions just just keep coming. No matter what I did more than were welcome made it into the house. Rounding them up was something to do while setting on the crapper.
I imagine I know how ol' Pharaoh felt!

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Roland (AL)

07-04-2004 20:16:27

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 Re: Re: OT/Worms in reply to Rob, 07-04-2004 14:33:36  
Had them last year. BILLIONS of then during the rainy weather. Sprayed and sprayed stomped and mashed till blue in the face. Drove the wife crazy, me to. They finely got tired of me and stoped coming. Good luck, they will leave you some day. Later Roland (AL)

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Ed Troha GA

07-04-2004 21:04:21

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 Re: Re: Re: OT/Worms in reply to Roland (AL), 07-04-2004 20:16:27  
We've had lots of rain here in Georgia also. My solution is to go fishing a lot an drown the suckers!!!!

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