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Re: Springtails


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 12:15:31 6/18/2014 from 71.168.170.122:

In reply to: Re: Springtails posted by Rita on 10:05:59 6/18/2014 from 24.147.158.218:

We see them a lot on/in new houses, especially when their lawns have been seeded, fertilized and thatched.

Honestly, even when we trat for them, you can still have them. I stress to homeowners that they are a spring thing, they're harmless and go away on their own.

---John



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