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Re: another indian meal moth question


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 9:23:40 8/23/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Re: another indian meal moth question posted by Amy on 8:34:00 8/23/2011 from 69.27.69.31:

Put the ones you know that can stand the heat in the oven. The others, inspect closely, seal in a plastic bag and see if anything comes out. Throw it away if it is infested.

Any kind of seeds, vegetation, dried flowers, etc, are suspect. Seal it away and inspect it every few weeks. If you go for 6 months with nothing except the item, it is probably ok.

---John



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