Fluffy Stuff Cotton Candy 2.5 OZ (71g) bag
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It doesn’t kill the mealy bugs, but it interacts with their hormones, preventing larva and pupa to grow. It also interrupts reproduction. Once the neem oil kills off the parent generation, your problem is solved. Craftasmic - Double Sided Tape Crafts Too Hunkydory Nellie Snellen Premier Craft Tools Ranger Stix2 Tonic Studios Vaessen Creative Woodware All Brands New Mediums New Mica & Pigments New More Crafts & Hobbies New November 2023 Shows New October 2023 Shows New Paints
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Mealybugs transfer form one plant to another, not because they fly (the females don’t) but because the young mealybugs are windborne.
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