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July 21, 2010

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Bernard Guerrero

"And in just a few hours, bam. No exceptions. I am become Death, destroyer of worlds."

LOL! Excellent, Doug. I could have sworn that there was some fear of collateral damage to Lepidopterids when I looked into BT back in 2002 or so, but maybe they hadn't bred the specialized strain yet. Or maybe I just had bad info. Anyway, congrats on the success with bio-warfare.

Will Baird

You introducer of invasive species!!!

Welcome to your new job of ecological engineer. I hear its a boom industry with the onset of mass extinctions. ;)

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LOL! Excellent, Doug. I could have sworn that there was some fear of collateral damage to Lepidopterids when I looked into BT back in 2002 or so, but maybe they hadn't bred the specialized strain yet. Or maybe I just had bad info. Anyway, congrats on the success with bio-warfare.

Richelle Loughney

I actually thought BTh is a pest or something that can bring a new disease. But after reading, I was amazed with how these are capable of wiping out the wrigglers safely. I'll definitely make use of for our water drum. =)

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