Re: NANFA-- fish room pesticide

unclescott (
Sun, 11 May 2003 14:48:55 -0500

Sometimes diatomaceous earth is recommended for killing roaches where
poisons can't be used. The contention is that the earth cuts open the
exoskeleton of the roaches and they dehydrate.

Could a little diatomaceous earth be placed around something the ants like
to eat?

All the best!

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