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  • Re: organic pest control?

    YES..... and there is also a race of Ants that are attracted to the ozone created by light switches. They will inhabit the switch box and somehow they get

    zebrajean113 8 hours ago
  • Re: organic pest control?

    another suggestion, something we've done in every new house to good effect. Take off the electric outlet covers and use a turkey baster to puff boric acid

    kathy_denison 8 hours ago
  • Re: organic pest control?

    Thanks, everyone. The issue is how to get all this good stuff up into the middle/underside of the house without crawling in there ourselves? That's what we

    bchukran 12 hours ago
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Permaculture is a worldwide movement to design a sustainable society. "Sustainable" means ecologically balanced, economically sound, and socially just.



This discussion group is open to all. Our intention is to be a supportive community for people who find value in the permaculture design principles and who wish to practice these principles in their everyday lives. You're welcome to join this group whether or not you've taken a Permaculture Design Certificate course.



We believe that permaculture can sustainably meet all human needs: food, water, shelter, energy, transportation, community. Permaculture design is based on three ethics: 1) care of the earth; 2) care of people and all other species; and 3) limit consumption; share surplus.



To contact local permaculture people and find out about upcoming permaculture courses, visit Austin Permaculture Guild at www.austinperm.com.



(illustration included in image at right is (c)Jillene Najar, willowgardensaustin.com )

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  • Oct 2, 2001
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