[Northkeep] a&s ?

Ld.blackmoon ld.blackmoon at cox.net
Fri Aug 3 19:26:03 PDT 2012


okies the saga answers that question .

also nice article hl dervillia ; )
Diatomaceous Earth  works to irritate and kill all exoskeleton insects, 
however the most it will do in a week end camping would be to irritate them 
if they crawled through it. in the house a full fledged infestation of fleas 
disappeared in like 4 days, and I'm just now getting spiders back in the 
house after a year,  and I'm told it also works on bed bugs since it cuts up 
the flex points in their bodies.
haven't tried the cedar oil, may check it out .
borax , or Osage apples cut up ( boric acid ) will kill them if they walk 
through it, and a lot of insects also don't like to walk through cinnamon

I had heard of people scattering old cat litter around camp but always 
though it was to keep mice and squirrels ( 4 legged ) out of the camp.

not sure on the sprays, different spiders and scorpions are affected 
differently by different poisons, what kills one " pop" will only slowly 
kill another.
one of the surprising things around , is that " flea " spray seems to be a 
regular " wonder " spray, it kills flies in flight, it kills wasps, fleas, 
well ,to be honest , every pest  I have sprayed it on , except myself   ; )

Be Safe , Be Happy, Have Fun .

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Subject: [Northkeep] a&s ?

> greetings
> i seem to have gotten old and forgetful ( on top of busy ; )
> what was this months a & s  " project "  ??
> thanx
> Be Safe , Be Happy, Have Fun .
> Arthur
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