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Name: Ginger
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gingin
Sep 11, 2013 5:41 PM CST
Tis the fall season...BAH HUM BUG. Grumbling Grumbling I realize that all things in nature have a use or reason for exsisting....BUT I can't help but question roaches for instance. And love bugs???? why are they here?? The birds don't even eat them...and how in the world do you get rid of those NASTY critters. They are all over now in my neck of the woods. I can think of NOTHING that they are good for. Any ideas and I'm all I'm all ears! I'm all ears! I'm all ears!
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Name: tarev
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tarev
Sep 13, 2013 3:06 PM CST
I guess some bugs are food for other predators..roaches are meal for centipedes, bats, rats, frogs, lizards...really a bit hard to get rid off roaches..they love humidity..hate it most at night when they are move active and fly...yuck!

But if they go indoors...totally not welcome of course.

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