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Old March 27, 2019   #16
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I’ve also never seen aphids on my dill, and I let it seed all around the garden.
Keeping an eye on the apple trees; the new growth is where i often see trouble.
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In years where there is a large wasp population we get very few aphids on the dill...
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In years where there is a large wasp population we get very few aphids on the dill...
Interesting. Meaning regular 1-2 inch wasps?
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